Neuhaus, Richard John
June 1997
First Things: A Monthly Journal of Religion & Public Life;Jun/Jul1997, Issue 74, p81
Focuses on the claim of "Wall Street Journal" columnist Paul Gigot in an article that judicial activism is the priority of the U.S. Republican party agenda in 1997. Percentage of federal judiciary that could be replaced by U.S. President Bill Clinton by the end of his second term; Indication of the coming of the judicial nominations scrutiny; Suggestion of Judge Robert Bork concerning judicial review.


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