The ABC's of the Appointment Process: Advice, Bureaucratic Politics and Consent

@inproceedings{Peters1991TheAO,
  title={The ABC's of the Appointment Process: Advice, Bureaucratic Politics and Consent},
  author={Joyce E. Peters},
  year={1991}
}
Abstract : "Who will judge the judge?" flashed the advertisement on Washington area televisions in mid-September 1991. Above those words appeared the faces of three liberal Democratic senators on the Senate Judiciary Committee - Edward Kennedy, Joseph Biden, and Alan Cranston each of whom had survived a celebrated scandal and would soon vote on the nomination of Clarence Thomas to serve on the Supreme Court. Sponsored by two independent right wing groups, the advertisement was intended to… 

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