Clint Bolick (born 26 December 1957) is an Associate Justice of the Arizona Supreme Court. Previously, he served as Vice President of Litigation at the Goldwater Institute, where he litigated against governments and government employees on behalf of citizens. He co-founded the Institute for Justice, where he was the Vice President and Director of Litigation from 1991 until 2004. He led two cases that went before the Supreme Court of the United States. He has also defended state-based school choice programs in the Supreme Courts of Wisconsin and Ohio.
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Includes photograph and biographical summary (from Laissez Faire Books)
Includes photograph, biographical summary, areas of expertise, awards and honors and links to recent articles
Short biographical and bibliographical profile, followed by "Clint Bolick's Favorite Titles" (commentary on his five favorite books)
Describes Bolick's unusual biographical blurb website at the Institute for Justice as well as his struggles with the educational establishment in Milwaukee (and elsewhere) over school vouchers
Partial contents: The Curious Evolution of Federalism - Freedom of Commerce and Enterprise - Private Property Rights - The Right to Be Left Alone - Racial Discrimination - The Government School System - Fighting Big Government At The Local Level
- ISBN 0817945520: Paperback, Hoover Institution Press, 2004
Contents: The Challenge of Empowerment - Grim Realities - Blacks and Whites on Common Ground - Economic Liberty - Community Renewal - Freedom from Crime - Empowerment, Politics, and Freedom
- ISBN 1558155066: Hardcover, ICS Press, 1998
by Clint Bolick, Cato Institute, 2003
Contents: Introduction - Laying the Groundwork - Polly - False Starts - And Then There Were Five - Valley Forge - One in the Bank - A Blizzard of Decisions - Battles Within and Without - The Road to the Supremes - D-Day - The Road Ahead - Lessons
- ISBN 1930865376: Hardcover, Cato Institute, 2003
- Kindle Book available at Amazon
- ISBN 1930865384: Paperback, Cato Institute, 2003
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