This article reports for a legal audience an examination by social science methods of the validity of certain hypotheses about the behavior of the United States Supreme Court and of its individual members. In order that this study may be viewed in broader perspective,the first part of the essay surveys the prior uses of social science methods in dealing with the judicial process.
Supreme Court Attitudes Toward Federal Administrative Agencies,
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