The Influence of Interest Groups on the United States Supreme Court

The Influence of Interest Groups on the United States Supreme Court

Literature Review. Each student must complete a stand-alone literature review on the Influence of interest groups on the United States Supreme Court The purpose of a literature review is to determine what is known about a topic and possibilities for future research. Most research papers include a literature review section as part of the introduction. A literature review can also be published as a standalone article. The literature review should be approximately 20-25 pages, not including the reference sheet. An article describing how to cite and when to cite was also attached. Please read through all of my attached items before agreeing to this order.

I have provided you with my 30 page annotated bibliography outlining why I chose each source and also a few extra sources that you should try to include:

Behuniak-Long 1991
Bell (2002) (this is a book)
Black and Owens 2012 (book)
Caldeira and Wright 1998; 1990; 1988.
Go to Paul Collins’s website
Go to Lee Epstein’s website
McGuire and Caldeira 1993
O’Connor and Epstein 1982.
Rich Pacelle has a book.
Saltzman et al. 2011
Sheehan et al. 1992
Vining 201
Wofford 2015

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