Judicial activism refers to judicial rulings suspected of being based on personal
or political ... Arthur Schlesinger Jr. introduced the term "judicial activism" in a
January 1947 Fortune ...
Schlesinger definition, Arthur Meier [mahy-er] /ˈmaɪ ər/ (Show IPA), 1888–1965,
U.S. historian. See more.
A legendary British hero, said to have been king of the Britons in the sixth century
ad and to have held court at Camelot. American Heritage® Dictionary of the ...
American historian whose works include The Rise of the City (1933). His son
Arthur Meier, Jr. (1917-2007), also a historian, was an adviser to President John
Arthur Meier Schlesinger, Jr. (born 1917) was an outstanding historian of the
United States and an influential activist in the Democratic Party. What was unique
Noun, 1. Arthur Evans - British archaeologist who excavated the palace of
Knossos in Crete to find what he called Minoan civilization (1851-1941). Sir
a masculine name: dim. Art, Artie; equiv. It. Arturo; Arthurian Legend a king of
Britain and leader of the knights of the Round Table: such a king is supposed to ...
Following are excerpts from Arthur M. Schlesinger Jr.'s Journals of 1966 and
1967. January 21  I have been meaning for some time to put down the ...
Arthur. A cool common male name, meaning "bear-like," believed to possibly be
... Known from King Arthur, the legendary British ruler, therefore often used, ...
Schlesinger is the son of one of the most able American historians, Arthur M. ...
Mr. Miller suggested that I look at the American Dictionary of Biography sketch of