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State judicial selection methods as public policy: The Missouri plan

@inproceedings{Gleason2016StateJS,
  title={State judicial selection methods as public policy: The Missouri plan},
  author={James A. Gleason},
  year={2016}
}
Gleason, James A., Ph.D., Purdue University. December 2016. Judicial Selection Methods as Public Policy: The Missouri Plan. Major Professor: Eric N. Waltenburg. State judiciaries are foundational institutions of governance in the United States. They are coequal, policy-making branches of government whose members, along with the legislative and executive branches, are constitutionally authorized and empowered in all fifty American states. Extant research on judicial selection in the American… Expand

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