Why the Confirmation Process Can’t Be Fixed, 1993 University of Illinois Law Review (1993)
Confirmation battles of recent years have spurred proposals to change our process for replacing Supreme Court Justices. In this article, Professor Stephen L. Carter examines the controversy surrounding the confirmation process and critiques possible reforms. He concludes that the process is sound; what must change is the popular image of the Court as national policymaker.
Date of Authorship for this Version
Carter, Stephen L., "Why the Confirmation Process Can’t Be Fixed" (1993). Faculty Scholarship Series. Paper 2258.