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With the possible exception of Roberts, who is particularly focused on the court’s image, Baum doesn’t think the public’s views will be enough to sway a justice who cares deeply about the issue they’re deciding.
Baum and Devins argue that as elites have grown more politically polarized, the justices’ partisan tendencies have hardened as well.
Baum and Neal Devins, a professor of law and government at the College of William & Mary, have argued that Supreme Court justices are more interested in how they’re regarded by elites.
Still, Baum doesn’t buy the idea that viruses had anything to do with the origin of the nucleus.Did Viruses Create the Nucleus? The Answer May Be Near.|Christie Wilcox|November 25, 2020|Quanta Magazine
A few years later, Baum posited that the math behind tumor growth looked more like chaos theory than anything else.
“It is so expensive it makes me weep,” says Baum, the British oncologist.
Baum's review was awesome: This is a disgraceful book, both in what O'Connor has to say and how she has chosen to say it.
Self-described liberal "gun guy" Dan Baum has traveled across the nation interviewing gun owners.
Baum inquired about whether Valle had ever actually met or even spoken on the phone with any of those he chatted with online.
On their approach, Baum strangely mistaking them for loyalists coming to his aid, held still.
Accordingly, with a force of five hundred men and two light field-pieces, Baum set forth, in proud anticipation of success.
In the mean while, Baum took post on the banks of the Walloon creek, to await the arrival of his auxiliaries.
Before Baum made his appearance, the number of Americans had swelled to about two thousand.
Baum was cursing the scene-shifters, clamoring for more verdure.The Salamander|Owen Johnson