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The Federal appointments process : a constitutional and historical analysis, Michael J. Gerhardt

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The Federal appointments process : a constitutional and historical analysis
Title
The Federal appointments process
Title remainder
a constitutional and historical analysis
Statement of responsibility
Michael J. Gerhardt
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
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Cataloging source
DLC
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1956-
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Gerhardt, Michael J.
Index
index present
LC call number
JK731
LC item number
.G47 2000
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
Series statement
Constitutional conflicts
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United States
Label
The Federal appointments process : a constitutional and historical analysis, Michael J. Gerhardt
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Publication
Copyright
Note
"Paperback edition."
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. [345]-396) and index
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
Part 1. the origins, structure, and evolution of the federal appointments process. Chapter 1: the original understanding of the federal appointments process. The Founders' Deliberations on Allocating the Federal Appointments Authority. The Senate's Prenomination Role. The Constitutional Limits on Presidential and Senatorial Discretion in the Appointments Process. Chapter 2: the structure of the federal appointments process. The Significance of a Single Appointments Clause. The Presumption of Confirmation. Agenda Setting. Consensus. Chapter 3: historical changes and patterns. The Indispensability of Clear Context. Social, Political, and Historical Developments. ConfirmationPatterns -- Part 2. Evaluating the roles of the major players in the federal appointments process. Chapter 4: the president's role in the federal appointments process. The Limitations of a Personalized Evaluation. The Significance of Institutional Analysis. The Presidential Learning Curve Regarding the Challenges Posed by the Appointments Process. The Relationship between Presidents' Nominating Authority or Selection Criteria and Control of Executive Performance and Judicial Policymaking. Chapter 5: the advice and consent of the senate. Evaluating Senate Performance Generally. Analyzing Senatorial Powers to Influence Federal Appointments. Other Significant Patterns and Practices. Chapter 6: the nominee's functions. The Roles of Nominees. Nominees as Active Agents on Their Own Behalf. What Kinds of People Qualify as Nominees?. Chapter 7: public and interest group participation in the appointments process. The Public's Participation in the Federal Appointments Process Interest Group Participation in the Federal Appointments Process. The Dilemma of the American Bar Association. The Significance of Informal Advisers in the Appointments Process. Chapter 8: the impact of media and technology on the federal appointments process. The Media as Educator. The Media as Participant. The Media as Ombudsman. -- Part 3. Reforming the federal appointments process chapter 9: the need for reform. Preliminary Clarifications. General Separation-of-Powers Concerns in Reforming the Federal Appointments Process. The Feasibility of Legislating Minimal Qualifications. Influencing the Terms of Debate. The Possibility of Reducing Some Conflict in the Appointments Process. Enhancing Public Participation by Means of the Internet. chapter 10: on the future of judicial selection: structure, rules, and norms. Rethinking the Constitutional Structure for Judicial Selection. Procedural Rules and Norms
Dimensions
unknown
Edition
Revised and expanded, paperback edition.
Extent
1 online resource (lxxxv, 406 pages)
Form of item
electronic
Isbn
9780822331995
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
c
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
  • (WaSeSS)ssj0000393163
  • (WaSeSS)OCM1ssj0000393163
  • (OCoLC)191222408
  • 8372971
Label
The Federal appointments process : a constitutional and historical analysis, Michael J. Gerhardt
Publication
Copyright
Note
"Paperback edition."
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. [345]-396) and index
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
Part 1. the origins, structure, and evolution of the federal appointments process. Chapter 1: the original understanding of the federal appointments process. The Founders' Deliberations on Allocating the Federal Appointments Authority. The Senate's Prenomination Role. The Constitutional Limits on Presidential and Senatorial Discretion in the Appointments Process. Chapter 2: the structure of the federal appointments process. The Significance of a Single Appointments Clause. The Presumption of Confirmation. Agenda Setting. Consensus. Chapter 3: historical changes and patterns. The Indispensability of Clear Context. Social, Political, and Historical Developments. ConfirmationPatterns -- Part 2. Evaluating the roles of the major players in the federal appointments process. Chapter 4: the president's role in the federal appointments process. The Limitations of a Personalized Evaluation. The Significance of Institutional Analysis. The Presidential Learning Curve Regarding the Challenges Posed by the Appointments Process. The Relationship between Presidents' Nominating Authority or Selection Criteria and Control of Executive Performance and Judicial Policymaking. Chapter 5: the advice and consent of the senate. Evaluating Senate Performance Generally. Analyzing Senatorial Powers to Influence Federal Appointments. Other Significant Patterns and Practices. Chapter 6: the nominee's functions. The Roles of Nominees. Nominees as Active Agents on Their Own Behalf. What Kinds of People Qualify as Nominees?. Chapter 7: public and interest group participation in the appointments process. The Public's Participation in the Federal Appointments Process Interest Group Participation in the Federal Appointments Process. The Dilemma of the American Bar Association. The Significance of Informal Advisers in the Appointments Process. Chapter 8: the impact of media and technology on the federal appointments process. The Media as Educator. The Media as Participant. The Media as Ombudsman. -- Part 3. Reforming the federal appointments process chapter 9: the need for reform. Preliminary Clarifications. General Separation-of-Powers Concerns in Reforming the Federal Appointments Process. The Feasibility of Legislating Minimal Qualifications. Influencing the Terms of Debate. The Possibility of Reducing Some Conflict in the Appointments Process. Enhancing Public Participation by Means of the Internet. chapter 10: on the future of judicial selection: structure, rules, and norms. Rethinking the Constitutional Structure for Judicial Selection. Procedural Rules and Norms
Dimensions
unknown
Edition
Revised and expanded, paperback edition.
Extent
1 online resource (lxxxv, 406 pages)
Form of item
electronic
Isbn
9780822331995
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
c
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
  • (WaSeSS)ssj0000393163
  • (WaSeSS)OCM1ssj0000393163
  • (OCoLC)191222408
  • 8372971

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