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Grutter v. Bollinger, Clarence Thomas, Afªrmative Action and the
States Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas authored a startling dis- senting opinion.2 Grutter, . adopted as his own judicial philosophy.
University of Pennsylvania Law Review
copy of the text of the letter sent to Justice Clarence Thomas on November 29, 1991. .. stunted knowledge of history and an unformed judicial philosophy.
Group Becoming Must for Some Conservatives
Aug 1, 2005 whether that individual adheres to the judicial philosophy of Clarence Thomas and.
the following study of Judge Clarence Thomas's qualifications Our analysis of Judge Thomas's judicial opinions does not . particularly, legal philosophers.
The Minority in the Middle: Thurgood Marshall, Clarence Thomas
Clarence Thomas, Justice Marshall's successor and the second African- American ...

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Clarence Thomas Is Not An Idiot
Instead, Jeffrey Toobin focuses on illuminating Clarence Thomas's judicial philosophy, which is actually more extreme than Antonin Scalia's, despite Thomas's reputation for falling in line with Scalia.

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Clarence Thomas - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Clarence Thomas (born June 23, 1948) is an Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of the United States.
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Clarence Thomas on 60 Minutes/Thoughts on Integral Judiciary
Oct 11, 2007 Indistinct Union: Christianity, Integral Philosophy, and Politics . Tags: clarence thomas, judicial philosophy, originalism.

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