Bush judges most conservative on record

February 2006
Echo Magazine;2/23/2006, Vol. 17 Issue 12, p24
Focuses on a study by political science professor Robert Carp which revealed that judges appointed by U.S. President George W. Bush are the most conservative on record when it comes to civil rights and liberties. Difference between liberal and conservative judges; Prediction made by Carp and his team of researchers regarding the federal judiciary under the administration of Bush; Significance of the study, according to Carp.


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