First Among Equals

Author: Kenneth W. Starr
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In FIRST AMONG EQUALS Ken Starr traces the evolution of the Supreme Court from its beginnings, examines major Court decisions of the past three decades, and uncovers the sometimes surprising continuity between the precedent-shattering ...

The Supreme Court And Religion In American Life Vol 2

Author: James Hitchcock
Publisher: Princeton University Press
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Getting over Equality, a Critical Diagnosis of Religious Freedom in America (New
York, 2001). Sorauf, Frank, The Wall of Separation: The Constitutional Politics of
Church and State (Minneapolis, 1976). Spicer, George W., The Supreme Court
and Fundamental Freedoms (Chicago, 1970). Stanmeyer, William A., Clear and
Present Danger: Church and State in Post-Christian America (Ann Arbor, Mich.,
1983). Starr, Kenneth W., First among Equals: The Supreme Court in American
Life ...

The Supreme Court And Religion In American Life Vol 1

Author: James Hitchcock
Publisher: Princeton University Press
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Mergens by and through Their Next Friends, Mergens et al. The term “next friends
” is used in cases where the plaintiffs are not of legal age or are otherwise
defined as incompetent to pursue litigation on their own behalf. For the
background of the case, see Kenneth W. Starr, First among Equals: The Supreme
Court in American Life (New York, 2002), 89, 102– 103. 137. 496 US 226, at 239
–53. 138. Ibid., at 261. 139. Ibid., at 263–70. 140. Ibid., at 271–89. 141. Lamb's
Chapel and John ...

Church State Cooperation Without Domination

Author: C. Truett Baker
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Stephen L. Carter, professor of law at Yale University and one of the leading
experts on constitutional law, addressed the unfortunate estrangement that has
developed between government and religion. 1 Kenneth W. Starr, First Among
Equals—The Supreme Court in American Life, New york: Warner Books, 2002, 3.
2 John Witte, Jr. Religion and the American Constitutional Experience: Essential
Rights and Liberties, Boulder, CO: Westview Press, 2000. Quoted in Dreisbach,

Scalia Dissents

Author: Antonin Scalia
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Writings of the Supreme Court's Wittiest, Most Outspoken Justice Antonin Scalia
Kevin A. Ring. Gerhardt, Michael J. “A Tale of Two Textualists: A Critical
Comparison ... Koby, Michael H. “The Supreme Court's Declining Reliance on
Legislative History: The Impact of Justice Scalia's Critique.” Harvard Journal on
Legis. 36 (Summer 1999): 369. Koskela ... Starr, Kenneth W. First Among Equals:
The Supreme Court in American Life. Warner Books, 2002. Sunstein, Cass R. “
Justice Scalia's ...

Religion In America

Author: Denis Lacorne
Publisher: Columbia University Press
ISBN: 0231526407
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Gunfighter Nation: The Myth of the Frontier in Twentieth-Century America. New
York: Macmillan, 1992. Smith, Gary Scott. Faith and the Presidency: From George
Washington to George W. Bush. New York: Oxford University Press, 2006. Starr,
Kenneth W. First Among Equals: The Supreme Court in American Life. New York:
Warner, 2002. ———. The Starr Report. New York: Public Affairs, 1998. Stepan,
Alfred. Arguing Comparative Politics. New York: Oxford University Press, 2001.

Business Week

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Books FIRST AMONG EQUALS The Supreme Court in American Life By Kenneth
W. Starr Warner. 320pp. $26.95 Until the night of Dec. 12, 2000, books on the
Supreme Court were a tough sell. Occasionally, a work such as Bob Woodward's
1979 The Brethren: Inside the Supreme Court would crack the best-seller ranks,
thanks to the author's inside access. But most books dissecting the court's rulings
attracted a largely academic audience. Then came the bombshell known as Bush

California Lawyer

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First Among Equals: The Supreme Court in American Life t's been more than
three decades since we've have had a "liberal" Supreme Court. But from Kenneth
W. Starr's perspective, both the wonder and frustration of it all is how so little has
changed. Miranda still stands in spite of a sustained assault. So Warner Books,
320 pages, $26.95, hardcover, By Kenneth W. Starr Risky Assumptions Michael
Paul Thomas ...

Observations Of White Noise

Author: Marc M. Harrold
Publisher: iUniverse
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Observations of White Noise An Acid Test for the First Amendment examines the current state of the First Amendment, its scope and design, and its place in popular culture.

The American Spectator

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First Among Equals The Supreme Court in American Life BY KENNETH W.
STARR Warner Books/320 pages /$2G.95 Reviewed by David B. Sentelle Ken
Starr has written a book about a subject on which he is perhaps better qualified to
write than anyone else. No, not that subject. His focus here is the Supreme Court.
As he notes, much has been written about the Court under Earl Warren, but
relatively little about what has happened under Chief Justices Burger and