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1997
Spriggs, James F., II,  Wahlbeck, Paul J. Amicus curiae and the role of information at the Supreme Court. Political Research Quarterly. 50, (2), 365-386.
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1999
Spriggs, James F., II,  Maltzman, Forrest,  Wahlbeck, Paul J. Bargaining on the U.S. Supreme Court: Justices' Responses to Majority Opinion Drafts. Journal of Politics. 61, (2), 485-506.
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1995
Spriggs, James F., II,  Wahlbeck, Paul J. Calling it Quits: Strategic Retirement on hte Federal Courts of Appeals, 1893-1991. Political Research Quarterly. 48, (3), 573-597.
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1997
Spriggs, James F., II . Explaining federal bureaucratic compliance with Supreme Court opinions. Political Research Quarterly. 50, (3), 567 -
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1998
Wahlbeck, Paul J.,  Spriggs, James F., II,  Maltzman, Forrest . Marshalling the Court: Bargaining and accommodation on the United States Supreme Court. American Journal of Political Science. 42, (1), 294-315.
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1999
Wahlbeck, Paul J.,  Spriggs, James F., II,  Maltzman, Forrest . The politics of dissents and concurrences on the U.S. Supreme Court. American Politics Quarterly. 27, (4), 488-514.
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1996
Spriggs, James F., II . The Supreme Court and Federal Administrative Agencies: A Resource-Based Theory and Analysis of Judicial Impact. American Journal of Political Science. 40, (4), 1122-1151.
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2002
Spriggs, James F., II,  Hansford, Thomas G. The U.S. Supreme Court's Incorporation and Interpretation of Precedent. Law and Society Review. 36, (1), 139-159.
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