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David Hackett Souter: Traditional Republican On The Rehnquist Court - Yarbrough, Tinsley E.; Thompson, J. Phillip; Souter, David H.
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CRC Press, 2007-08-13. Hardcover. Used:Good., CRC Press, 2007-08-13, New York: Arabian American Oil Company (Aramco), You Discover, Coward McCann, 1969.. Educational / gift pack created by You Discover Inc and Aramco's PR Department. Rare - just 13 institutional sets traced (all in the US, none on Copac). COLLATION: Original brown cardboard mailing box 33 x 27 x 5cm, with Aramco address label to top of lid, and titles printed to its underside. Small Saudi cloth flag on black plastic pole attached to underside of lid. Box contains a tray, attached to which is a string of prayer beads (with printed label), a set of two coins (with printed label), a set of two stamps with printed label), and a copy "Getting to Know Saudi Arabia" (by Ted Phillips of Aramco's PR Department, 5th Impression, Revised 1969, Coward McCann, original staplebound wraps 16 x 22cm, 64pp, including maps, and illustrations by Haris Petie). Beneath the tray is a Study Guide (staple-bound printed wraps 22 x 28cm, 11pp covering Foreword, People, Animals and Plants, Geography and Climate, Economics, Government, History, Religion, and Bibliography) and a set of 24 Aramco-produced posters (6 more than called for on Worldcat, although 1 is a duplicate, held together by a yellow paper band printed with Ted Phillips' contacts at Aramco). Each poster measures 44 x 56cm, with b/w photos, illustrations, and text: 1) Saudi Arabia; 2) Ras Tanura: Oil Port; 3) Sea of History; 4) Farming in Saudi Arabia; 5) An Arabian Oasis; 6) The Story of Arabian Medicine; 7) Arabian Animals; 8) Weather in Saudi Arabia; 9) A Saudi Arab's Wardrobe; 10) The Building of Tapline; 11) Conserving Energy for Tomorrow; 12) Transportation in Arabia; 13) Arabs and Arithmetic (two copies); 14) Arabian Peninsula; 15) The Industrious Saudi Arabs; 16) Drilling for Oil in Saudi Arabia; 17) Children in Arabia; 18) Exploring for Oil in Saudi Arabia; 19) Training for New Skills in Saudi Arabia; 20) Pilgrimage to Mecca; 21) The Useful Camel; 22) Sand Control in Saudi Arabia; 23) Schools in Arabia. CONDITION: Some wear and scuffing to the exterior of the mailing box and address label. Interiors and contents fine. Posters neatly folded without tears. Spotting to the wraps of "Getting to Know Saudi Arabia". Ref 2108. ., New York: Arabian American Oil Company (Aramco), You Discover, Coward McCann, 1969., Cary, North Carolina, U.S.A.: Oxford Univ Pr. New. 2005. Hardcover. 0195159330 . IN STOCK AND IMMEDIATELY AVAILABLE FOR SHIPMENT - FLAWLESS COPY, BRAND NEW, PRISTINE, NEVER OPENED - 336 pages; 15 halftones; 6-1/8 x 9-1/4. DESCRIPTION: When the first President Bush chose David Hackett Souter for the Supreme Court in 1990, the slender New Englander with the shy demeanor and ambiguous past was quickly dubbed a "stealth candidate". Determined to avoid a repeat of the firestorm surrounding President Reagan's nomination of the controversial Robert Bork, Bush opted for Souter, who had, remarkably, produced only one law review article in his legal career. Souter, an obscure but well-respected New Hampshire conservative, seemed unlikely to arouse the kind of passionate opposition that defined the Bork confirmation process. And, indeed, Souter was accepted onto the Court with little fuss. Today, fifteen years into his tenure, Souter remains as enigmatic and unpredictable as ever, a mystery even to avid Court watchers. Who is David Hackett Souter and what will be his legacy on the Supreme Court? Sifting through Souter's opinions, papers of the Justice's contemporaries and other relevant records and interviews, esteemed Supreme Court biographer Tinsley Yarbrough here gives us the real David Souter, crafting a fascinating account of one of the heretofore most elusive Justices in the history of the Court. Though Souter's record on legal issues was generally conservative before his arrival on the Court, his mixed views caused some concern among both the left and the right during the appointment process. His reclusive lifestyle and frugality added to his mystique, making him even more difficult to peg. His penchant for solitude and his seemingly narrow circle of close friends convinced some that the middle-aged bachelor was out of touch with the sort of "real world" problems the nation's highest court regularly confronts. Court watchers soon realized--to their delight or dismay--that President Bush's "stealth" justice was a traditional New England Republican deeply tied to the party's historic roots in the union and civil rights--in stark contrast to most Reagan-Bush I appointees. On the bench, Souter has embraced a flexible, evolving, and highly pragmatic judicial style that embraces a high regard for precedent--even liberal decisions of the Warren and Burger Courts with which he may have personally disagreed. Even more significantly, Souter has become a regular and very effective critic of the set of rulings via which his ostensible political brethren--Chief Justice William Rehnquist, Antonin Scalia and Clarence Thomas--have abandoned precedent to assert their conservative vision. Ultimately, Yarbrough contends, Souter has become the principal Rehnquist Court opponent of the originalist, text-bound jurisprudence that many of the more conservative Justices profess to champion. David Hackett Souter is the absorbing account of the life and career of one of the most intensely private and intriguing justices of the modern era. In a substantive and clear-eyed style befitting its subject, Yarbrough offers not just a portrait of an undogmatic, highly principled, and enormously powerful intellect, but also an inside glimpse at a Court often stymied in its attempt to carve a coherent legacy, and a Court soon to experience a great shift. In the process, Yarbrough drives home the supreme irony inherent in the elevation to the highest court in the land of an unobjectionable candidate whose views have proved to be the very antithesis of the ideologies at the core of the Reagan-Bush revolution. -- with a bonus offer ., Oxford Univ Pr, 2005

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Cary, North Carolina, U.S.A.: Oxford Univ Pr. New. 2005. Hardcover. 0195159330 . IN STOCK AND IMMEDIATELY AVAILABLE FOR SHIPMENT - FLAWLESS COPY, BRAND NEW, PRISTINE, NEVER OPENED - 336 pages; 15 halftones; 6-1/8 x 9-1/4. DESCRIPTION: When the first President Bush chose David Hackett Souter for the Supreme Court in 1990, the slender New Englander with the shy demeanor and ambiguous past was quickly dubbed a "stealth candidate". Determined to avoid a repeat of the firestorm surrounding President Reagan's nomination of the controversial Robert Bork, Bush opted for Souter, who had, remarkably, produced only one law review article in his legal career. Souter, an obscure but well-respected New Hampshire conservative, seemed unlikely to arouse the kind of passionate opposition that defined the Bork confirmation process. And, indeed, Souter was accepted onto the Court with little fuss. Today, fifteen years into his tenure, Souter remains as enigmatic and unpredictable as ever, a mystery even to avid Court watchers. Who is David Hackett Souter and what will be his legacy on the Supreme Court? Sifting through Souter's opinions, papers of the Justice's contemporaries and other relevant records and interviews, esteemed Supreme Court biographer Tinsley Yarbrough here gives us the real David Souter, crafting a fascinating account of one of the heretofore most elusive Justices in the history of the Court. Though Souter's record on legal issues was generally conservative before his arrival on the Court, his mixed views caused some concern among both the left and the right during the appointment process. His reclusive lifestyle and frugality added to his mystique, making him even more difficult to peg. His penchant for solitude and his seemingly narrow circle of close friends convinced some that the middle-aged bachelor was out of touch with the sort of "real world" problems the nation's highest court regularly confronts. Court watchers soon realized--to their delight or dismay--that President Bush's "stealth" justice was a traditional New England Republican deeply tied to the party's historic roots in the union and civil rights--in stark contrast to most Reagan-Bush I appointees. On the bench, Souter has embraced a flexible, evolving, and highly pragmatic judicial style that embraces a high regard for precedent--even liberal decisions of the Warren and Burger Courts with which he may have personally disagreed. Even more significantly, Souter has become a regular and very effective critic of the set of rulings via which his ostensible political brethren--Chief Justice William Rehnquist, Antonin Scalia and Clarence Thomas--have abandoned precedent to assert their conservative vision. Ultimately, Yarbrough contends, Souter has become the principal Rehnquist Court opponent of the originalist, text-bound jurisprudence that many of the more conservative Justices profess to champion. David Hackett Souter is the absorbing account of the life and career of one of the most intensely private and intriguing justices of the modern era. In a substantive and clear-eyed style befitting its subject, Yarbrough offers not just a portrait of an undogmatic, highly principled, and enormously powerful intellect, but also an inside glimpse at a Court often stymied in its attempt to carve a coherent legacy, and a Court soon to experience a great shift. In the process, Yarbrough drives home the supreme irony inherent in the elevation to the highest court in the land of an unobjectionable candidate whose views have proved to be the very antithesis of the ideologies at the core of the Reagan-Bush revolution. -- with a bonus offer ., Oxford Univ Pr, 2005

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David Hackett Souter: Traditional Republican on the Rehnquist Court

Sifting through Souter's opinions and other relevant records and interviews, esteemed Supreme Court biographer Yarbrough reveals the real David Souter, crafting a fascinating account of one of the heretofore most elusive Justices in the history of the Court.

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9780195159332
ISBN (ISBN-10): 0195159330
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Erscheinungsjahr: 2005
Herausgeber: OXFORD UNIV PR
311 Seiten
Gewicht: 0,617 kg
Sprache: eng/Englisch

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