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CQ's Supreme Court Simulation
Government in Action


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Law & Courts

January 2002 | 128 pages | CQ Press
Investigating the judicial process, this simulation illustrates the process involving the nine justices, lawyers for the plaintiff and defendant, and amici. Several cases are included, and to facilitate an understanding of case law, the simulation encourages users to research the precedents germane to the case. ''''The Government in Action simulation series provides first-hand experience in the workings of government. Each classroom-tested simulation begins with an easy-to-understand description of the particular process and the key players, and then explains how the simulation works and how to research the role to be played. Each book includes background information, primary sources and other material that flesh out the situations and examples for the actual simulations. Library patrons will find an accessible overview of government processes in a format that is not currently available. ''''

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Julie A. Dolan

Julie Dolan is assistant professor of political science at Macalester College. She received a Ph.D. from American University in 1997 and won the NASPAA (National Association of Schools of Public Affairs and Administration) award for the best dissertation in public administration that year. Her research interests include women and politics, bureaucratic and executive branch politics, public policy, and Congress. She has published in a variety of journals, including Women & Politics; Public Administration Review; PS: Political Science and Politics; and the Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory. More About Author

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ISBN: 9781568027104
$ 40.00