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The American Review of Politics publishes original research on American politics and the American political process. The primary focus of the journal is on American political development, Southern Politics, early American political thought, constituLink info
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A legal argument that emphasizes facts, social science findings, and scientific studies over pure legal theory. This mode of legal argument was made famous by attorney (and later Supreme Court justice) Louis Brandeis in Muller v. Oregon (1908).