A John Roberts Roundup
The latest information on the Supreme Court nominee.
Updated Monday, Sept. 19, 2005, at 5:52 PM
"Roberts's Rules," by Howard Kurtz, Washington Post. July 28, 2005.
"An Advocate for the Right," by David E. Rosenbaum, New York Times. July 28, 2005.
"Paper Chase: Portrait of a justice as a young man," by Bruce Reed, Slate. July 27, 2005.
"How To Invest Like a Supreme Court Justice: What John Roberts' portfolio reveals about his character," by Henry Blodget, Slate. July 26, 2005.
"The Nominee As a Young Pragmatist," by Jo Becker and Amy Argetsinger, Washington Post. July 22, 2005.
"Court Nominee's Life Is Rooted in Faith and Respect for Law," by Todd S. Purdum, Jodi Wilgoren and Pam Belluck, New York Times. July 21, 2005.
"Mr. Justice Junior: The new Supreme Court nominee has the same name as his father and his son. Is that a problem?" by Timothy Noah, Slate. July 20, 2005.
"An Ultimate Capital Insider," by Neil A. Lewis, New York Times. July 20, 2005.
Roberts' Campaign Contribution Profile from CapitalEye.com, a newsletter by the Center for Responsive Politics. July 20, 2005.
"Alum Tapped for High Court," by Adam M. Guren, Harvard Crimson. July 19, 2005.
"The Supreme Court Shortlist: The views of the likely candidates," by Emily Bazelon and David Newman, Slate. July 1, 2005.
Bidisha Banerjee is the San Francisco-based co-author of a forthcoming Yale Climate and Energy Institute/Centre for International Governance Innovation report on scenario planning for solar radiation management. She is collaborating on a geoengineering game and has written about geoengineering governance for Slate and the Stanford Journal of Law, Science, and Policy.
Torie Bosch is the editor of Future Tense, a project from Slate, the New America Foundation, and Arizona State that covers emerging technologies and their implications for society and policy.
Laurel Wamsley, a former Slate intern, is a writer living in Washington, D.C.