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data on three primary transitional justice mechanisms - human rights prosecutions, truth commissions, and amnesties - for 109 democratic transitions in 86 countries around the world, from 1970-2012.Link info
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What did the Supreme Court hold in National Labor Relations Board v. Jones & Laughlin Steel Corp. (1937)?
In this landmark decision, the Court ruled (5-4) that Congress has ability to regulate intrastate matters when they directly burden, threaten, or obstruct interstate commerce. Labor strife in the steel factory would disrupt the ''stream of commerce,'' and would have a direct effect on the flow of interstate commerce. Therefore, Congress has the power to regulate business conditions which may upset interstate commerce.
Early View/Latest Articles Studies the intersection between economics and political science. This journal's roots are in the application of economic methods to problems normally dealt with by political scientists.Link info
Early View/Latest Articles (Taylor & Francis) An interdisciplinary journal of political science and history that features articles on Congress, the President, the interaction between the two institutions, and national policy-making.Link info