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23 February 2006

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Matthew Polder

William stated "While the specific ability to rattle off Supreme Court justices is not particularly important in and of itself, the public's poor performance in these surveys is a good indication that little is known about the Court in general."

While this could be one indicator of the public's knowledge of the court, perhaps another would be knowledge of recent decisions by the court. I imagine (though I could be proved wrong) that more people know of the courts decision on eminent domain than knowing the justices who ruled on it. This would be an interesting survey to conduct.

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