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Peter G. Fish

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Box 90204, Durham, NC 27708-0204 (919) 660-4300 (office)
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Education

Ph.D.Johns Hopkins University1968
A.M.The Johns Hopkins University1965
A.B. (magna cum laude)Princeton University1960
Areas of Research

Judicial Process

Professional Experience / Employment History

Duke University
Professor of Political Science and Law, Political Science, 1982-present
Professor of Political Science, Political Science, 1980-1982
Associate Professor, Political Science, 1971-1980
Assistant Professor, Political Science, 1969-1971
Princeton University
Lecturer, 1968-1969
Instructor, 1966-1968
The Brookings Institution
Guest Scholar, 1964-1965
Johns Hopkins University
Teaching Assistant, 1963-1964
Visiting Positions
Visiting Instructor, Oberlin College, 1965-1966
Awards, Honors, and Distinctions

Faculty Awards for Mainstreaming Women's Studies, 1984 Summer
Project '87 Minor Grant, 1980 Summer
National Endowment for the Humanities Fellowship for Independent Study and Research, 1978-1979
American Council of Learned Societies Grant-in-Aid
Faculty Summer Research Fellowship, Duke University Research Council
The McCoy Prize, Johns Hopkins University
New York Herald Prize, Princeton University
Professional Service

Dept Officer
Advisor to JD/MA students, Department of Political Science, December 2004
   Advise, track and sit on MA Oral Examinations for Duke law students enrolled in the JD/MA Program and in that capacity consult with the DGS and with the Law School on admissions, course requirments and graduation of law students enrolled in the Program.
Acting Chairman, Department of Political Science, 1981-1982
DUS
Chair of the committee, Undergraduate Affairs Committee, 2006
Undergraduate Affairs Committee, December 2006
Director of Undergraduate Studies, Department of Political Science, 2005-2007
   In addition to the ordinary duties of the DUS, I analyzed and reported to the department the teaching of several members of the department who were candidates for promotion and tenure and also performed the same function for tenure candidates for employment in the department. Also was involved in difficult grade appeals involving three different courses taught by three different instructors. Elaborate report was made in one of the cases.
Acting Director of Undergraduate Studies, Political Science Department, 9/1/2002-12/31/2002
Director of Undergraduate Studies, Department of Political Science, 1989-1992, 1995-1996
DGS
Director of Graduate Studies, Department of Political Science, 1971-1975
Dept Committees
Member, Long Range Plan Committee, 1991
Chairman, Targets of Opportunity Faculty Search Committee, 1988-present
Member, Committee on Revision of the By-Laws of the Department of Poltiical Science, 1984
member, Romand Coles Promotion Committee, December 2004
Member, External Review Committee, Fall 2005
Member, Assistant Professor Scott de Marchi: Reappointment Committee, 2002
Member, American Field Search Committee, Fall 2002
Member, Associate Professor John Brehm's Promotion Committee, 2000
Member, Associate Professor Emerson Niou's Promotion Committee, 2000
Member, Associate Professor Elizabeth Gerber's/Professor Arthur Lupia's Appointment Committee, 2000
Chairman, Associate Professor Sheridan Johns Promotion Committee, 1993, 1995, 1999
Chairman, Undergraduate Affairs Committee, 1989-1992, 1995-1996
Chairman, Women's Studies-Political Science Faculty Search Committee, 1988-1989
Member, "Add on" Faculty Search Committee, 1984
Faculty Supervisor, Pi Sigma Alpha, 1971-1972, 1979-1983
(ex officio), Undergraduate Advisory Committee, 1974-1975, 1979-1982
Chairman, Graduate Admissions Committee, 1973-1974
Chairman, Graduate Advisory Committee, 1973-1974
Member, Curriculum Committee, 1971-1972
Member, Chairman Search Committee, 1971-1972
Dept Services
Advisor to JD-MA Students, Political Science Department, 2003
Institutional Representative, Washington Semester Program, 1977-1978, 1979-1983, 1989-1992, 1995-19
A&S Council
Chair, Committee on Courses, 2007 - June 30, 2007
Chair, Committee on Courses, 2006 - June 30, 2007
Member, Committee on Courses, 2002, 2003
   Committee meets weekly at the beginning and end of semesters to review and approve/disapprove applications for new and revised courses. The workload is heavy. Dean Wittig ably chairs this committee.
Member, Arts and Science Council, 1997-1999
University Committee
Member, Trustee Nominating Committee, 2006 - June 30, 2007
Member, Assistant Dean of Trinity College Search Committee, December 2006
Member, Duke Association of Scholars Executive Committee, 1992-2002
Member, Duke Association of Scholars - Executive Committee, 1992-2002
University Services
Pre-Major Advisor, Pre-Major Advising Center, 1979-1984, 1986-1995,1992-2002, 2003
   Advising involves contacts with 10-12 First-Year students and and equal number of Undeclared Sophomores.
Faculty Associate in Brown House, Faculty Associate Program, 2001-02
Member, Academic Council Trustee Nominating Committee, 2001-03
   This committee meets infrequently primarily in the Spring Semester.
Member, Advisory Committee on Same-Sex Unions, 2000
Chairman, Committee on Curriculum (Arts & Sciences Council), 1995-1998
Member, Academic Affairs Committee (Arts & Sciences Council), 1995-1998
Member, Harry S. Truman Fellowship Screening Committee, 1994-1998
Member, UFCAS Curriculum Committee, 1991-1992
Member, Duke University Library Council, 1985-1992
Member, Telephone Registration Committee, 1990-1991
Member, UFCAS Executive Committee, 1990-1991
Departmental Representative, Undergraduate Faculty Council, 1969-1970, 1975-1978, 1979-1982,1988-199
Chairman, UFCAS Committee on Advising, 1987-1990
Chairman, University Judicial Board, 1987-1988
Member, UFCAS Advisory Committee on the Freshman Year, 1984-1985
Member, UFCAS Ad Hoc Committee on Academic Dishonesty, 1983-1985
Chairman, Judicial Review Committee, 1974-1983
Member, Academic Standards Committee, 1979-1982
Member, Dean of Student Life Search Committee, 1980-1981
Member, Educational Facilities Committee, 1979-1981
Member, Human Subjects Committee, 1976-1978
Faculty Representative, University Union Board, 1974-1975
Policy Committee Member, University Union Board, 1974-1975
Member, Duke Task Force -- Institute for Undergraduate Curricular Reform, 1974-1975
Member, Traffic Appeal Committee, 1974-1975
Member, Undergraduate Judicial Board, 1970-1973
Member, Ad hoc Committee on Faculty Referendum, 1970-1971
Other
Commissioner, Commission on Colleges, Southern Association of Colleges and Schools, 1999-2004
   My two three-year terms expired in December 2004, thereby exhausting my eligibility for further service as an elected member of the Commission. At the June meeting, I reported on six institutions including Old Dominion University and University of North Florida and at the December 2004 Meeting, I reported on four institutions, three of which were placed on Probation by the Commission.
Member, North Carolina Advisory Committee, Church, State, and the First Admendment, A North Carolina Dialogue (UNC Program in the Humanities for the Study of, 1983
Lay Member, United States Circuit Judge Nominating Commission, Panel for the Fourth Circuit, 1977
   Appointed by President Carter; reappointed 1978- 79.
Accreditation Team member, New England Association of Schools and Colleges, December 2004
   I was a member of the NEASAC Accreditation Team to the Naval War College for a comprehensive evaluation of its operation from 26 through 29 September 2004. Richard M. Freeland, President of Northeastern University, chaired the Team that also included the Vice-President of the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, the Associate Provost of Worcester Polytechnic Institute and an administrator from Yale University School of Medicine.
Chair, American Political Science Association, Edward S. Corwin Dissertation Awards Committee, 1999-2000
Member, Federal Judicial Center History Program Advisory Committee, 1989-1995
Member, Editorial Board, Law and Contemporary Problems, 1982-1986
Member, Nomination Committee, Law, Courts, and Judicial Process Selection, American Political Science Association, 1984-1985
Consultant, American Judicature Society, Survey of Federal Merit Selection, 1979
Chairman, AAUP - North Carolina State Conference Committee on Teaching, Research and Publication, 1973-1975
AAUP - Duke Chapter, 1971-1975
   1971-73 - Secretary 1973-1974 - Vice President 1974-75 - President
Member, Southern Political Science Association Placement Committee, 1972-1973
Doctoral Theses Directed

Robert Pearigen, "The Vicissitudes of Municipal Liability Under 42 U.S.C. 1983: Statutory Interpretation, Congressional Debate and Interest Group Influence", (1991)
Joseph A. Aicher, "A Behavioral and Biographical Portrait of the Federal Middle District Court, Greensboro, North Carolina, 1927-1977", (1979)
John Winkle, "Judicial Statesmanship: Protagonists for Habeas Corpus Reform, 1948-1971", (1974)
Dennis Johnson, "Friend of the Court: The United States Department of Justice as Amicus Curiae in Civil Rights Before the Supreme Court, 1947-1971", (1972)

Publications

Books

  1. P.G. Fish, Downtown by History and Choice: First Presbyterian Church of Durham, North Carolina, 1871-2013 (2017), pp. 638, Carolina Academic Press.
  2. P.G. Fish, Federal Justice in the Mid-Atlantic South: United States Courts from Maryland to the Carolinas, 1836-1861 (2015), pp. 766, Carolina Academic Press.
  3. P.G. Fish, Federal Justice in the Mid-Atlantic South: United States Courts from Maryland to the Carolinas: 1789-1835 (2002), Washington, D.C.: Administrative Office of the United States Courts.
  4. P.G. Fish, The Office of Chief Justice (1984), pp. 232 pages, University of Virginia.
  5. P.G. Fish, The Politics of Federal Judicial Administration (reprint Princeton Legacy Library, 2015) (1973), pp. xiv, 528, Princeton University Press.

Chapters in Books

  1. with Martin H. Brinkley, "Judiciary, Federal", in Encyclopedia of North Carolina, edited by William S. Powell (2006), pp. 640-642, University of North Carolina Press.
  2. P.G. Fish, Granville Devisee v. Allen, in Encyclopedia of North Carolina, edited by William S. Powell (2006), pp. 524-525, University of North Carolina Press.
  3. P.G. Fish, Latimer v. Poteat, in Encyclopedia of North Carolina, edited by William S. Powell (2006), pp. 664, University of North Carolina Press.
  4. P.G. Fish, "Fortuna", in Encyclopedia of North Carolina, edited by William S. Powell (2006), pp. 463, University of North Carolina Press.
  5. P.G. Fish, "Ogden v. Witherspoon (Blackledge)", in Encyclopedia of North Carolina, edited by William S. Powell (2006), pp. 842-843, University of North Carolina Press.
  6. P.G. Fish, Contributions to Kermit L. Hall, James W. Ely, Jr. Joel B. Grossman, eds., in The Oxford Companion to the Supreme Court of the United States, 2nd ed. (2005), New York: Oxford University Press (revisions of the entries in the 1st ed.): "Administration of Federal Courts", pp. 11-12; "Chief Justice, Office of" pp. 162-65; "Disability of Justices", pp. 262- 63; "First Monday in October", pp. 349- 50; "Judiciary Act of 1925", pp. 549- 50; "Justices, Number of", p. 550; "Public Information Office", pp. 802-03; "Salaries of the Justices", p.879; "Slip Opinion", pp. 932-33; "Spite Nominations", pp. 954- 55; "Terms", pp. 1009-10; "Yakus v. United States", p. 1107..).
  7. P.G. Fish, Hugh Lennox Bond: 1828-1893, in Great American Judges: An Encyclopedia, edited by John R. Vile (2003), Denver, ABC-Clio.
  8. P.G. Fish, John J. Parker: 1885-1958, in Great American Judges: An Encyclopedia, edited by John R. Vile (2003), pp. 583-95, Denver, CO: ACB-Clio.
  9. P.G. Fish, Trent, in Naval Warfare: An International Encyclopedia: Q-Z, edited by Spencer C. Tucker (2002), pp. 1029-31, Denver: ABC-CLIO.
  10. P.G. Fish, Early United States Supreme Court Justices and Circuit-Riding Duties, in Great American Judges: An Encyclopedia, edited by John R. Vile (2003), pp. 737, Denver, CO: ABC-Clio.
  11. P.G. Fish, Trent (British Mail Steamer, 1841), edited by Spencer C. Tucker, Naval Warfare: An International Encyclopedia: Q-Z, vol. 3 (2002), pp. 1029-31, Denver: ABC-CLIO.
  12. P.G. Fish, Mowe (German Navy Ship, 1914) with Douglas Peifer, edited by Spencer C. Tucker, Naval Warfare: An International Encyclopedia: G-P, vol. 2 (2002), pp. 717, Denver: ABC-CLIO.
  13. P.G. Fish, James Louis Petigru: 1789-1863, in Great American Lawyers: An Encyclopedia, edited by John R. Vile (2001), pp. 553-60, Santa Barbara" ABC-Clio.
  14. P.G. Fish, War on the Slave Trade: Changing Fortunes in Antebellum U.S. Courts of the Mid-Atlantic South, in The Early Republic and the Sea: Essays on the Naval and Maritime History of the Early United States, edited by William S. Dudley and Michael J. Crawford (2001), pp. 138-89, Washington, D.C.: Brassey's Inc..
  15. P.G. Fish, Fifth Circuit, United States Court of Appeals for the,, in Civil Rights in the United States, 1, edited by Waldo E. Martin, Jr. and Patricia Sullivan (2000), pp. 280-82, New York: Macmillan Reference USA.
  16. P.G. Fish, "Parker, John Johnston", 2, edited by Waldo E. Martin, Jr. and Patricia Sullivan (2000), pp. 590-91, New York: Macmillan Reference USA.
  17. P.G. Fish, Fourth Circuit, United States Court for the, in Civil Rights in the United States, 2, edited by Waldo E. Martin, Jr. and Patricia Sullivan (2000), pp. 295-97, New York: Macmillan Reference USA.
  18. P.G. Fish, Fifth Circuit United States Court of Appeals for the, in Civil Rights in the United States, edited by Waldo E. Martin.Jr. and Patricia Sullivan (2000), pp. 280-82, New York: MacMillan Reference USA ("Fourth Circuit, United States Court for the," in ibid, pp. 295-97; "Parker, John Johnston," in 2 Civil Rights in the United States, pp. 590-91..).
  19. P.G. Fish, Yakus v. United States, in The Oxford Guide to United States Supreme Court Decisions, edited by Kermit L. Hall (1999), pp. 340, New York: Oxford University Press.
  20. P.G. Fish, Yakus v. United States, in The Oxford Guide to United States Supreme Court Decisions, edited by Kermit L. Hall (1999), pp. 340, New York: Oxford University Press.
  21. P.G. Fish, John J. Parker, Dictionary of North Carolina Biography: P-S (1994), pp. 16-19, Chapel Hill: The University of North Carolina Press.
  22. P.G. Fish, Judicial Conference of the United States, in Encyclopedia of the American Constitution: Supplement I, edited by Leonard W. Levy and Kenneth L. Karst (1992), pp. 279-80, New York: Macmillan Publishing Co..
  23. P.G. Fish, Contributions to The Oxford Companion to the Supreme Court of the United States, edited by Kermit L. Hall, James W. Ely, Jr., Joel B. Grossman, William M. Wiecek (1992), New York: Oxford University Press ("Administration of Federal Courts," p. 10 "Chief Justice, Office of," pp. 140-42 "Disability of Justices," pp. 227-28 "First Monday in October," p. 302 "Judiciary Act of 1925," pp. 476-77 "Justices, Number of," pp. 477-78 "Public Information Officer," p. 693 "Salaries of Justices," p. 753 "Slip Opinion," pp. 798-99 "Spite Nominations," p. 816-17 "Terms of the Court," p. 864 "Yakus v. United States," p. 946..).
  24. P.G. Fish, Torchbearer for Pre-New Deal Southern Economic Development: Judge John J. Parker of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit, in An Uncertain Tradition: Constitutionalism and the History of the South, edited by Kermit L. Hall and James W. Ely, Jr. (1989), pp. 253-95, Athens, Ga.: University of Georgia Press.
  25. P.G. Fish, Harper's Weekly Celebrates the Centennial of the U.S. Supreme Court: A Bicentennial Retrospective, in Yearbook 1988: Supreme Court Historical Society (1988), pp. 46-49.
  26. P.G. Fish, Judicial Administration, in Encyclopedia of the American Juditical System (1987), pp. 569-84, New York: Charles Scribner's Sons.
  27. P.G. Fish, John J. Parker, in Dictionary of American Biography, Supplement: 1956-60 (1980), pp. 493-96, New York: Charles Scribner's Sons.
  28. P.G. Fish, William Howard Taft and Charles Evans Hughes: Conservative Politicians as Chief Justicial Reformers, in The Supreme Court Review 1975, edited by Philip B. Kurland (1976), pp. 123-45, Chicago: University of Chicago Press.

Journal Articles

  1. Fish, PG, Crossing Judge Parker's LUTEN BRIDGE: Partisan Politics, Economic Visions, and Government Reform in Retrospect and Prospect: A Commentary to Professor Richman, North Carolina Law Review, vol. 84 no. 6 (September, 2006), pp. 1913-1926.
  2. Fish, PG, A FreshmanTakes Charge: Judge John J. Parker of the United States Court of Appeals, 1925-30, The Journal of Southern Legal History, vol. 10 no. 1 & 2 (2003), pp. 59-113.
  3. Fish, PG, A New Court Opens: The United States Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit, Journal of Southern Legal History, vol. 1 (1993), pp. 171-179.
  4. Fish, PG, Spoils of War: The Appam - Last Prize Case in The Fourth Circuit, Fourth Circuit Newsletter, vol. 11 (Summer, 1992), pp. 1-3.
  5. Fish, PG, The Hushed Case Against A Supreme Court Appointment: Judge Parker's "New South" Constitutional Jurisprudence, 1925-1933, Duke Law Magazine (Summer, 1990), pp. 12-21.
  6. Fish, PG, Nation-Building Cornerstones of the Republic: United States Courts in the Modern Fourth Circuit, 1789-1801, Fourth Circuit Newsletter, vol. 9 (1989), pp. 3-7.
  7. Fish, PG, Spite Nomination to the United States Supreme Court: Herbert Hoover, Owen J. Roberts and the Politics of Presidential Vengence in Retrospect, Kentucky Law Journal, vol. 77 (1988), pp. 545-576.
  8. Fish, PG, Red Jacket Revisited: Sage of the Case that Unraveled John J. Parker's Appointment to the U.S. Supreme Court, Law and History Review, vol. 5 (Spring, 1987), pp. 51-104.
  9. Fish, PG, From Virginia Readjuster to United States Circuit Judge" The Ascent of Edmund Waddill, Jr. (1855-1931), The American Journal of Legal History (July, 1986), pp. 199-240.
  10. Fish, PG, Judge Parker and the Public Service State, Duke Law Magazine, vol. 2 (Summer, 1985), pp. 37-44.
  11. Fish, PG, Behind Closed Doors, Duke Law Magazine, vol. 1 (Summer, 1983), pp. 21-26.
  12. Fish, PG, Politics Rides the Circuits: State and National Judicial Itineracy I. Stae and Federal Transfer Systems, II. The Federal Transfer System, III. Federal Judges as Itinerants, The Justice System Journal: a Management Review, vol. 5 (Winter, 1979), pp. 115-169.
  13. Fish, PG, Merit Selection and Politics: Choosing A Judge of the United States Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit, Wake Forest Law Review, vol. 15 (October, 1979), pp. 635-654.
  14. FISH, PG, EVALUATING THE BLACK JUDICIAL APPLICANT, Judicature, vol. 62 no. 10 (January, 1979), pp. 495-501, American Judicature Society [Gateway.cgi].
  15. Fish, PG, Query: Should Federal Appellate Judges Help Select Their Colleagues?, Judicature, vol. 63 (1979), pp. 6-7, 44.
  16. FISH, PG, QUESTIONING JUDICIAL CANDIDATES - WHAT CAN MERIT SELECTORS ASK, Judicature, vol. 62 no. 1 (January, 1978), pp. 8-17, American Judicature Society [Gateway.cgi].
  17. FISH, PG, GUARDING JUDICIAL RAMPARTS - PARKER,JOHN,J AND ADMINISTRATION OF FEDERAL JUSTICE, Justice System Journal, vol. 3 no. 2 (Winter, 1977), pp. 105-125, NAT CENTER STATE COURTS [Gateway.cgi].
  18. Fish, PG, Whither American Liberties in the Bicentennial Decade?, The High School Journal, vol. 57 (October, 1973), pp. 1-9.
  19. Fish, PG, The Politics of Judicial Administration: Transfer of the Federal Probation System, The Western Political Quarterly, vol. 23 no. 4 (December, 1970), pp. 769-784, SAGE Publications [doi].
  20. Fish, PG, The Circuit Councils: Rusty Hinges of Federal Judicial Administration, University of Chicago Law Review, vol. 37 (Winter, 1970), pp. 203-241.
  21. P.G. Fish, Toward a Judicial Adminstrator of Limited Powers: Bankruptcy Crisis and the Administrative Office of the United States Courts, Journal of the National Conference of Referees in Bankruptcy, vol. 44 (October, 1970), pp. 123-32.
  22. Fish, PG, Crises, Politics, and Federal Judicial Reform: The Administrative Office Act of 1939, Journal of Politics, vol. 32 no. 3 (August, 1970), pp. 599-627, University of Chicago Press [doi].
  23. Fish, PG, The Secrecy and the Supreme Court: Judicial Indiscretion and Reconstruction Politics, William and Mary Law Review, vol. 8 (Winter, 1967), pp. 225-241.
  24. Fish, PG, The Status of the Federal Probation System, Crime and Delinquincy, vol. 12 (October, 1966), pp. 365-370.

Papers Published

  1. P.G. Fish, Testimony of Peter G. Fish, Associate Professor of Political Science, Duke University, Durham, N.C., in ibid (1977), pp. 112-17, 142-46.
  2. P.G. Fish, Prepared Statement of Peter G. Fish, Associate Professor of Political Science, Duke University: U.S. Congress, Senate, Subcommittee on the Constitution of the Committee on the Judiciary, in Hearings on S.J. Res 67, Voter Initiative Constitutional Amendment, 95th Cong., 1st Sess. (1977), pp. 117-21.
  3. P.G. Fish, Testimony of Peter G. Fish, U.S., Congress, Senate, Sub-committee on Separation of Powers of the Committee on the Judiciary, in Hearings on the Independence of Federal Judges (1970), pp. 282-309, 371-88, 91st Congress, 2nd Session.
  4. P.G. Fish, Federal Judicial Administration: A Bibliography by Peter G. Fish, in Hearings on the Independence of Federal Judges (1970), pp. 942, 91st Congress, 2nd Session.

Papers Accepted

  1. P.G. Fish, Morris Ames Soper, in Yale Biographical Directory of American Law (manuscript accepted), New Haven, CT: Yale University Press.
  2. P.G. Fish, John Johnston Parker, in Yale Biographical Directory of American Law (manuscript accepted), New Haven, CT: Yale University Press.
  3. P.G. Fish, Armistead Mason Dobie, in Yale Biographical Directory of American Law (manuscript accepted), New Haven, CT: Yale University Press.
  4. P.G. Fish, United States Courts in North Carolina, in Handbook of North Carolina History (manuscript accepted), Chapel Hill: The University of North Carolina Press.

Papers In Preparation

  1. P.G. Fish, Dress Rehearsals for Landmark U.S. Supreme Court Decisions: Telegraphing Gibbons v. Ogden and Dred Scott v. Sandford from the Chief Justice's Court (in progress).
  2. P.G. Fish, Federal Justice in the Mid-Atlantic South: United States Courts from Maryland to the Carolinas, Volume II, Questing for Law's Harmony Amid Sectional Strife (in progress).
  3. P.G. Fish, Federal Justice in the South: United States Courts from Maryland to the Carolinas, Volume III, Secession, War and War's Judicial Legacies (in progress).
  4. P.G. Fish, From the 'New South' Almost ot the Supreme Court: Judge John J. Parker and the Legal-Political Order (in progress).

Book Reviews

  1. P.G. Fish, Review of FREE PRESS vs. FAIR TRIAL: EXAMINING PUBLICITY'S ROLE IN TRIAL OUTCOMES by Jon Bruschke and William E. Loges, Political Communication, vol. 24 no. 2 (April, 2007), pp. 232-233.
  2. P.G. Fish, SPEECH RIGHTS IN AMERICA: FIRST AMENDMENT, DEMOCRACY, AND THE MEDIA, by Laura Stein, and BEYOND THE FIRST AMENDMENT: THE POLITICS OF FREE SPEECH AND PLURALISM by Samuel P. Nelson, Political Communication (2007).

Other

  1. P.G. Fish, CROSSING JUDGE PARKER'S "LUTEN BRIDGE": PARTISAN POLITICS, ECONOMIC VISIONS, AND GOVERNMENT REFORM IN RETROSPECT AND PROSPECT: A COMMENTARY TO PROFESSOR RICHMAN, North Carolina Law Review, vol. 84 no. 6 (September, 2006), pp. 1913-1926.

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