The Rights Revolution: Lawyers, Activists, and Supreme Courts in Comparative Perspective.

The Rights Revolution: Lawyers, Activists, and Supreme Courts in Comparative Perspective.

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Please identify the main theses or arguments of the author(s) and then critically examine and react to/critique those theses or arguments, either positively or negatively. Do not simply make bulleted lists or make a list of questions. In analyzing the readings, it may be helpful to think about some the following questions and others like them: Does the author(s) build a persuasive case for the main argument? What are the reading’s strengths and weaknesses? Are these theoretical or methodological? What are the main points of debate that arise for you after completing the reading? How and why could the authors have gone further in their arguments than they did? Does some point in the reading need further investigation? What is the strongest scholarly contribution found in the reading? Is there a common theme found throughout the week’s readings? Are there contradictions found in the week’s readings? Can they be resolved? How does this reading tie in with readings or themes discussed previously in the course? **Checklist – Did you: Critically examine and specifically react to an assigned reading? ? ? ? Also please make sure its only 2 pages no more no less and dont waste space in summarizing the reading but rather make sure that its only analyzing and answering the previous questions, also dont waste space in the headers for the student name.

P.S. Only use this resource “Epp, Charles R. 1998. The Rights Revolution: Lawyers, Activists, and Supreme Courts in Comparative Perspective. Chicago: Univ. of Chicago Press.rts Bring About Social Change? 2nd ed. Chicago: Univ. of Chicago Press..”

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