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Chief Justice Rehnquist, Interest Group Theory, and the Founders' Design, 25 Rutgers Law Review 577 (1994)

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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.

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1994

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