Building the judiciary: law, courts, and the politics of institutional development.
- Justin Crowe
- Princeton University Press , 2012
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Explaining why and how the federal judiciary became an independent, autonomous, and powerful political institution, Justin Crowe moves away from the notion that the judiciary is exceptional in the scheme of American politics, illustrating instead how it is subject to the same architectonic politics as other political institutions.