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Electing Judges - The Surprising Effects of Campaigning on Judicial Legitimacy

English · Paperback / Softback

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Zusammenfassung Responds to the growing chorus of critics who fear that the politics of running for office undermine judicial independence. The author presents a comprehensive study of the impact of campaigns on public perceptions of fairness! impartiality! and the legitimacy of elected state courts - and his findings are both counterintuitive and controversial.

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Authors James L. Gibson, GIBSON JAMES L
Publisher University Of Chicago Press
Languages English
Product format Paperback / Softback
Released 20.09.2012
EAN 9780226291086
ISBN 978-0-226-29108-6
No. of pages 240
Series Chicago Studies in American Politics
Chicago Studies in American Po
Chicago Studies in American Politics
Chicago Studies in American Politics (CHUP)
Subject Social sciences, law, business > Political science > Political system

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