Rosen, Jeffrey
May 1996
New Republic;5/27/96, Vol. 214 Issue 22, p12
Points out that U.S. Senator Bob Dole's rhetorical and substantive vision of the judiciary is incoherent. Move of Dole to question the appointment of several U.S. Supreme Court judges nominated by U.S. President Bill Clinton as of May 27, 1996; Plan of Dole to make judge-bashing a centerpiece of his presidential campaign; Issue of judicial bashing and how it has become a wholesome tradition in U.S. democracy; Response of the Clinton administration to Dole's criticisms of judicial appointments; Plan by Dole and other Senate Republicans to link the decisions of Clinton's judges with the substantive policies of his administration.


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