Table of contents for Bench press : the collision of courts, politics, and the media / Edited by Keith J. Bybee.

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CONTENTS
Acknowledgments	000
Introduction: The Two Faces of Judicial Power
Keith J. Bybee		1
Part I: Context	000
1. Preserving Public Confidence in the Courts in an Age of 
Individual Rights and Public Skepticism	000
Charles Gardner Geyh
2. Politicizing the Process: The New Politics of State 
Judicial Elections	000
G. Alan Tarr
Part II: Views From the Bench	000
3. An Essay on Judicial Selection: A Brief History	000
Harold See
4. Judicial Independence: The Courts and the Media	000
James E. Graves, Jr.
5. Politics and the Confirmation Process: Thoughts on the 
Roberts and Alito Hearings	000
John M. Walker, Jr.
6. Selecting the Judiciary: Who Should Be the Judge?	000
Joanne F. Alper
Part III: Views From the Media	000
7. Winners and Losers	000
Mark Obbie
8. The Internet and the Judiciary: We Are All Experts Now
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Dahlia Lithwick
9. The Distance Between Judges and Journalists	000
Tom Goldstein
Afterword: The State of Judicial Independence	000
Anthony Lewis
List of Contributors	000
Cited Authorities	000
Bibliography	000
Index	000

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Political questions and judicial power -- United States.
Judges -- Selection and appointment -- United States.
Mass media and judicial power -- United States.