"This book offers a comprehensive theory of Supreme Court power, identifying conditions under which the Court is successful at altering the behavior of state and private actors. Matthew E.K. Hall depicts the Court as a powerful institution, capable of exerting significant influence over social change"--Provided by publisher.
Neither force, nor will -- When courts command -- Judging the court -- Popular vertical issues -- Unpopular vertical issues -- Popular lateral issues -- Unpopular lateral issues -- Neither the sword nor the purse, but the keys
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