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- Personal Attribute Models of the Voting Behavior of U.S. Supreme Court Justices: Liberalism in Civil Liberties and Economics Decisions, 1946-1978.
- C. Neal Tate
- The American Political Science Review, Vol. 75, No. 2 (Jun., 1981), pp. 355-367
- Subjects: Law, Political Science, Management & Organizational Behavior, Social Work
- Key terms: justice, voting, liberty, judicial, appoint, supreme, court, civil, model, liberalism, judge, attribute, behavior, prosecutorial, variable, vote, liberal, decision, experience, democrat, economics, president, measure
- CiteRank: 0.9782
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