Miranda Rights

Crowley, Michael
July 2005
New Republic;7/25/2005, Vol. 233 Issue 4, p22
Profiles Manuel Miranda, a former Senate staffer who created the National Coalition to End Judicial Filibusters. His efforts to keep prevent U.S. President George W. Bush from nominating Attorney General Alberto Gonzales to the Supreme Court; Physical description of Miranda, whose anti-Castro family moved to Spain, then immigrated to New York City; The reason he was converted to the Republican Party; His education, law career, and conservative values; The scandal in which Miranda was "a scapegoat"; Miranda's celebrity status on television news programs and with reporters as the chairman of the Third Branch Conference and former counsel to Majority Leader Bill Frist.


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