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Bolick, Clint
July 2012
Hoover Digest: Research & Opinion on Public Policy;Summer2012, Issue 3, p69
Academic Journal
An excerpt from the book "Two-Fer: Electing a President and a Supreme Court," by Clint Bolick is presented.


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