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The scheme : how the right wing used dark money to capture the Supreme Court / Senator Sheldon Whitehouse, with Jennifer Mueller.
Whitehouse, Sheldon, 1955-
New York : The New Press, 2022.
xi, 288 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm.
United States Supreme Court
Political action committees
Business and politics
Selection and appointment
Politics and government
Mueller, Jennifer (Lawyer)
"A senior member of the Senate Judiciary Committee recounts how anonymous donors seized control of the U.S. Judiciary, including the Supreme Court"-- Provided by publisher.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Climate denial, regulatory capture, and covert ops
Of courts and corporations
Of social gains and election losses
The plan : the Powell memo
Building the influence machine : campaign finance cases
Mercenaries, fringe groups, and lobbyists
The front group archipelago
Super PACs, 501(C)s, and corporate shareholders
The Federalist Society turnstile
The doctrine factory and casting call
The Senate conveyor belt
Plaintiffs of convenience, and friends of the court
Ripe for capture
The 80 (aka the prize)
Cases controlling the political process
Cases protecting corporate interests
Cases restricting civil rights
Cases advancing a far-right social agenda
So-called conservative principles
The shadow docket
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