Gerald N. Rosenberg

Gerald N. Rosenberg

Gerald N. Rosenberg is a University of Chicago political science and law professor, and the author of the 1991 controversial book 'The Hollow Hope' , revised 2nd edition, 2008 . 'The Hollow Hope' challenges the widely held belief that the U.S. Supreme Court is an effective agent of social change. Through extensive empirical work, Rosenberg builds an argument that the Supreme Court is structurally constrained from producing social change even when social change plaintiffs win their cases. Wikipedia*

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Gerald N. Rosenberg has one video in the C-SPAN Video Library; the first appearance was a 2008 Public Affairs Event.

Appearances by Title:c. January 1, 2008 - Present Associate Professor, Political Science Department, University of Chicago Videos: 1

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