Timothy Johnson

University of Minnesota

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Professor of political science at the University of Minnesota.

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You can learn a lot from a paper trail, and what the U.S. Supreme Court leaves behind is often more interesting and revelatory than what you might glean from oral arguments.

Naughty, funny, surprising: notes between Supreme Court justices

You can learn a lot from a paper trail, and what the U.S. Supreme Court leaves behind is often more interesting and revelatory than what you might glean from oral arguments.

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