Crafting Law on the Supreme Court: The Collegial Game

@inproceedings{Maltzman2000CraftingLO,
  title={Crafting Law on the Supreme Court: The Collegial Game},
  author={Forrest Maltzman and Ii James F. Spriggs and Paul J. Wahlbeck},
  year={2000}
}
1. Introduction 2. Selecting an author: assigning the majority opinion 3. A strategic response to draft opinions 4. The decision to accommodate 5. The politics of coalition formation 6. Conclusion. 

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