Chief Justice Rehnquist, Interest Group Theory, and the Founders' Design, 25 Rutgers Law Review 577 (1994)
To presume to criticize the work of a sitting Chief Justice of the United States Supreme Court, one needs an exceedingly powerful intellect, a great deal of chutzpah, or a rigorous analytical framework. As author of this essay on the juris prudence of Chief Justice Rehnquist, I am happy to report that I am fully in command of at least one (and perhaps two) of these qualities. Apart from chutzpah, I plan to invoke the analytical framework of interest group theory to criticize Chief Justice Rehnquist's work.
Date of Authorship for this Version
Macey, Jonathan R., "Chief Justice Rehnquist, Interest Group Theory, and the Founders' Design" (1994). Faculty Scholarship Series. Paper 1612.