Vol. 154 Nbr. 6, June 2006
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- Assessing Chief Justice William Rehnquist.
- How not to be Chief Justice: the apprenticeship of William H. Rehnquist.
- In the beginning: the first three Chief Justices.
- Defining the office: John Marshall as Chief Justice.
- The internal powers of the Chief Justice: the nineteenth-century legacy.
- Alternative career resolution II: changing the tenure of Supreme Court Justices.
- The Chief Justice's special authority and the norms of judicial power.
- Responding to a democratic deficit: limiting the powers and the term of the Chief Justice of the United States.
- The decisional significance of the Chief Justice.
- Hail, no: changing the Chief Justice.
- Strategy and constraints on Supreme Court opinion assignment.
- Guardians of the constitution: constitutional court presidents and the struggle for the rule of law in post-Soviet Europe.
- Leading a constitutional court: perspectives from the Federal Republic of Germany.
- The case for managed judges: learning from Japan after the political upheaval of 1993.