Amanda Hollis-Brusky

Pomona College, author of the book “Ideas with Consequences: The Federalist Society and the Conservative Counterrevolution”

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Associate professor of politics at Pomona College, author of the book “Ideas with Consequences: The Federalist Society and the Conservative Counterrevolution.”

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President Trump will announce his Supreme Court pick this evening. He’s reportedly whittled his options down to four people.

The Federalist Society's outsized influence in shaping the Supreme Court

President Trump will announce his Supreme Court pick this evening. He’s reportedly whittled his options down to four people.

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