pt.1. Context Preserving public confidence in the courts in an age of individual rights and public skepticism Politicizing the process: the new politics of state judicial elections pt.2. Views from the bench An essay on judicial selection: a brief history Judicial independence: the courts and the media Politics and the confirmation process: thoughts on the Roberts and Alito hearings Selecting the judiciary: who should be the judge? pt.3. Views from the media Winners and losers The Internet and the judiciary: we are all experts now The distance between judges and journalists.
"Stanford law and politics."
Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 211-225) and index.