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Part III - Case Studies

References

5 Knesset Records 1743 (1950).
Anderson, Karen 2010. Little Rock: Race and Resistance at Central High School. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press.
Arian, Asher, Nachmias, David, and Amir, Ruth 2002. Executive Governance in Israel. New York: Palgrave.
Avnun, Dan 1995. “‘The Enlightened Public’: Jewish and Democratic or Liberal and Democratic,” Law and Government, 3: 417–452.
Barak, Aharon 1992. “The Constitutional Revolution: Protected Human Rights,” Law and Government, 1: 9–10.
Barak, Aharon 2003. “A Judge on Judging: The Role of a Supreme Court in a Democracy,” Harvard Law Review, 116: 19–162.
Barak, Aharon 2004. “The Constitutional Revolution at Twelve,” Law and Business, 1: 3–58.
Barak-Erez, Daphne 1995. “From an Unwritten Constitution: The Israeli Challenge in American Perspective,” Columbia Human Rights Law Review, 26: 309–355.
Bartley, Numan 1969. The Rise of Massive Resistance: Race and Politics in the South during the 1950s. Baton Rouge: Louisiana State University Press.
Barzilai, Gad, Yuchtman-Yaar, Ephraim, and Segal, Zeev 1994. The Israeli Supreme Court and the Israeli Public. Tel Aviv: Papyrus, Tel Aviv University Press.
Bendor, Ariel 1995. “Flaws in the Enactments of the Basic Laws,” Law and Government, 2: 443–454.
Bork, Robert 2003. Coercing Virtue: The Worldwide Rule of Judges. Washington, DC: American Enterprise Institute.
Bühlmann, Marc and Kunz, Ruth 2011. “Confidence in the Judiciary: Comparing the Independence and Legitimacy of Judicial Systems,” Western European Politics, 34: 317–345.
CA 6821/93 United Mizrachi Bank v. Migdal Cooperative Village, 49(4) P.D. 221 (1995).
Caldeira, Gregory and Gibson, James 1992. “The Etiology of Public Support for the Supreme Court,” American Journal of Political Science, 36: 635–664.
Coenen, Dan 1991. “The Constitutional Case against Intracircuit Nonacquiescence,” Minnesota Law Review, 75: 1339–1444.
Dakolias, Maria 2006. “Are We There Yet?: Measuring Success of Constitutional Reform,” Vanderbilt Journal of Transnational Law, 39: 1117–1232.
Declaration of Independence 1948, Official Gazette, May 14, 1948, 1. 1 L.S.I. 3.
Devins, Neal 2006. “Should the Supreme Court Fear Congress?Minnesota Law Review, 90: 1337–1362.
Dickson, Brian (ed.) 2007. Judicial Activism in Common Law Supreme Courts. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Dolbeare, Kenneth and Hammond, Philip 1971. The School Prayer Decisions: From Court Policy to Local Practice. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.
Dorner, Dalia 1999. “Does Israel Have a Constitution?St. Louis University Law Journal, 43: 1325–1336.
Dotan, Yoav 1999. “Do the ‘Haves’ Still Come out Ahead: Resource Inequalities in Ideological Courts: The Case of the Israeli High Court of Justice,” Law and Society Review, 33: 1059–1080.
Dotan, Yoav and Hofnung, Menachem 2005. “Legal Defeats – Political Wins: Why Do Elected Representatives Go to Court,” Comparative Political Studies, 38: 75–103.
Durr, Robert, Martin, Andrew, and Wolbrecht, Christina 2000. “Ideological Divergence and Public Support for the Supreme Court,” American Journal of Political Science, 44: 768–776.
Dworkin, Ronald 1990. A Bill of Rights for Britain. London: Chatto & Windus.
EA 92/03 Mofaz v. Election Commissioner, 57(3) P.D. 793 (2003).
Edelman, Martin 1994. Courts, Politics, and Culture in Israel. Charlottesville: University of Virginia Press.
Elster, Jon 1995. “Forces and Mechanisms in the Constitution-Making Process,” Duke Law Journal, 45: 364–396.
Estreicher, Samuel and Revesz, Richard 1989. “Nonacquiescence by Federal Administrative Agencies,” Yale Law Journal, 98: 679–772.
FH 2316/95 Ganimat v. Israel, 49(4) P.D. 589 (1995).
Farganis, Dion unpublished. “Court Curbing in the Modern Era: Should Supreme Court Justices Really Worry about Attacks from Congress?” Available at http://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=1430723.
Gavison, Ruth 1997. “The Constitutional Revolution: A Reality or a Self-Fulfilling Prophecy?Mishpatim 28: 21–44.
Gavison, Ruth 2006. “Legislatures and the Quest for a Constitution: The Case of Israel,” Review of Constitutional Studies, 11: 345–400.
Gibson, James 2007. “The Legitimacy of the U.S. Supreme Court in a Polarized Society,” Journal of Empirical Law Studies, 4: 507–538.
Gibson, James 2011. “Public Reverence for the United States Supreme Court: Is the Court Invincible?” Available at http://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=1898485.
Gibson, James and Caldeira, Gregory 2003. “Defenders of Democracy? Legitimacy, Popular Acceptance, and the South African Constitutional Court,” Journal of Politics, 65: 1–30.
Gibson, James and Caldeira, Gregory 2009. Citizens, Courts, and Confirmations: Positivity Theory and the Judgments of the American People. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press.
Gibson, James, Caldeira, Gregory, and Baird, Vanessa 1998. “On the Legitimacy of National High Courts,” American Political Science Review, 92: 343–358.
Ginsburg, Tom 2003. Judicial Review in New Democracies: Constitutional Courts in Asian Cases. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
Ginsburg, Tom, Elkins, Zachary, and Blount, Justin 2009. “Does the Process of Constitution-Making Matter?Annual Review of Law and Social Science, 5: 201–223.
Hardin, Russell 1989. “Why a Constitution?” in Grofman, Bernard and Wittman, Donald (eds.), The Federalist Papers and the New Institutionalism. New York: Agathon Press.
Hatch, Orrin G. 2009. “The Constitution as the Playbook for Judicial Selection,” Harvard Journal of Law and Public Policy, 32: 1035–1044.
Hattis-Rolef, Sheila 2006. Public Trust in Parliament – A Comparative Survey. Knesset Information and Research Center. Available at http://www.knesset.gov.il/mmm/data/pdf/m01417.pdf.
H.C. 1/49 Bejerano v. Minister of the Police, 2 P.D. 80 (1949).
H.C. 1384/98 Avni v. Prime Minister, 52(5) P.D. 206 (1998).
H.C. 141/82 Rubinstein v. Speaker of the Knesset, 37(3) P.D. 141 (1983).
H.C. 148/73 Kaniel v. Minister of Justice, 27(1) P.D. 795 (1973).
H.C. 149/89 Laor v. Speaker of the Knesset 44(3) P.D. 529 (1990).
H.C. 1715/97 Investors Management Bureau v. Minister of Finance, 51(4) P.D. 367 (1997).
H.C. 2056/04 Beit Sourik Village Council v. Government of Israel, 58(5) P.D. 807 (2004).
H.C. 212/03 Herut National Movement v. Election Commissioner, 57(1) P.D. 750 (2003).
H.C. 246/81 Derekh Eretz Ass’n v. Broadcasting Authority, 35(4) P.D. 1 (1981).

H.C. 2605/05 Academic Center for Law and Business v. Minister of Finance (unpublished).

H.C. 270/80 Segal v. Minister of Interior, 34(4) P.D. 429 (1980).
H.C. 389/80 Dapei Zahav v. Broadcasting Authority, 35(1) P.D. 421 (1980).
H.C. 4885/03 Chicken Farmers Org. v. Government of Israel, 49(2) P.D. 14 (2004).
H.C. 5167/00 Weiss v. Prime Minister of Israel, 55(2) P.D. 455 (2001).

H.C. 5657/09 The Movement for Quality Government in Israel v. Government of Israel, (unpublished).

H.C. 6163/92 Eisenberg v. Minister of Housing, 47(2) P.D. 229 (1993).
H.C. 652/81 Sarid v. Speaker of the Knesset, 36(2) P.D. 197 (1982).
H.C. 73/53 Kol Ha’am v. Minister of Interior, 7 P.D. 871 (1953).

H.C. 7957/04 Mar’abe v. Prime Minister of Israel, (unpublished).

H.C. 8397/06 Wasser v. Minister of Defense, (unpublished).

H.C. 910/86 Resler v. Minister of Defense, 42(2) P.D. 441 (1988).
H.C. 935/89 Ganor v. Attorney General, 44(2) P.D. 485 (1990).
H.C. 98/69 Bergman v. Minister of Finance, 23(1) P.D. 693 (1969).
Hirschl, Ran (2013). “The Strategic Foundations of Constitutions,” in Galligan, Denis and Versteeg, Mila (eds.). Social and Political Foundations of Constitutions. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
Hirschl, Ran 2001. “The Political Origins of Judicial Empowerment Through Constitutionalization: Lessons from Israel’s Constitutional Revolution,” Comparative Politics, 33: 315–335.
Hirschl, Ran 2004. Towards Juristocracy: The Origins and Consequences of the New Constitutionalism. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press.
Hofnung, Menachem 1996. “The Unintended Consequences of Unplanned Constitutional Reform: Constitutional Politics in Israel,” American Journal of Comparative Law, 44: 585–604.
Hume, Robert 2009. How Courts Impact Federal Administrative Behavior. London: Routledge.
Iyer, Venkat 2007. “The Supreme Court of India,” in Dickson, Brian (ed.), Judicial Activism in Common Law Supreme Courts. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Jacobsohn, Gary 1993. Apple of Gold: Constitutionalism in Israel and the United States. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press.
Jipping, Thomas 2000. “From Least Dangerous Branch to Most Profound Legacy: The High Stakes in Judicial Selection,” Texas Review of Law and Politics, 4: 365–460.
Kahana, Tsvi 2002. “Understanding the Notwithstanding Mechanism,” University of Toronto Law Journal, 52: 221–274.
Karp, Yehudit 1993. “Basic Law: Human Dignity and Liberty: A Biography of Power Struggles,” Law and Government, 1: 323–384.
Kashti, Or and Zarhin, Tomer 2010. “This Is How the State Ignores Supreme Court Decisions,” Haaretz, March 5, 2010.
Klarman, Michael 2004. From Jim Crow to Civil Rights: The Supreme Court and the Struggle for Racial Equality. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Kmiec, Keenan 2007. “The Origins and Current Meanings of ‘Judicial Activism’,” California Law Review, 92: 1441–1478.
LCA 3007/02 Yitzhak v. Mozes, 56(6) P.D. 592 (2002).
Lerner, Hannah 2010. “Constitution-Writing in Deeply Divided Societies: The Incrementalist Approach,” Nations and Nationalism, 16: 68–88.
Levinson, Sanford 2009. “What Should Citizens (as Participants in a Republican Form of Government) Know about the Constitution?William and Mary Law Review, 50: 1239–1260.
Lin, Uriel and Loya, Shlmoi 2012. “The Contribution of the Constitution, Law and Justice Committee of the Twelfth Knesset to Israel’s Constitutional Law,” Law and Business, 14: 261–290.
Lis, Yehonatan 2011. “How the Legal Advisor to the Knesset, Attorney Eyal Yinnon, Became a Key Figure in Shaping Israeli Democracy,” Haaretz, May 21.
Marbury v. Madison, 5 U.S. (1 Cranch) 137 (1803).
Mautner, Menachem 2002. “Law and Culture in Israel: The 1950s and the 1980s,” in Harris, Ron, Kedar, Alexandre, Lahav, Pnina, and Likhovski, Assaf (eds.). The History of Law in a Multi-Cultural Society: Israel 1917–1967. Aldershot: Ashgate.
Mautner, Menachem 2011. Law and the Culture of Israel. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Mazzone, Jason 2005. “The Scholarship of Lawrence M. Friedman: The Creation of a Constitutional Culture,” Tulsa Law Review, 40: 671–698.
Medina, Barak 2007. “Four Myths of Judicial Review: A Response to Richard Posner’s Critique of Aharon Barak’s Judicial Activism,” Harvard International Law Journal Online, 49: 1–9.
Meydani, Assaf 2011. The Israeli Supreme Court and the Human Rights Revolution: Courts as Agenda Setters. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
Morton, Frederick and Knopff, Rainer 2000. The Charter Revolution & the Court Party. Toronto: University of Toronto Press.
Nichol, Gene 2003. “Toward a People’s Constitution: How Democratic Is the American Constitution?California Law Review, 91: 621–639.
Perez-Perdomo, Rogelio 2006. “Rule of Law and Lawyers in Latin America,” Annals, 603: 179–191.
Posner, Richard 2007. “Enlightened Despot,” The New Republic, April 23.
Roux, Theunis 2009. “Principle and Pragmatism on the Constitutional Court of South Africa,” International Journal of Constitutional Law, 7: 106–138.
Rubinstein, Amnon 2012. “The Story of the Basic Laws,” Law and Business, 14: 79–109.
Rubinstein, Amnon and Medina, Barak 2005. The Constitutional Law of the State of Israel, 6th Edition. Tel Aviv: Shoken.
Sagy, Yair 2004. “For the Administration of Justice: On the Establishment of the High Court of Justice of Israel,” Tel Aviv University Law Review, 28: 225–298.
Salzberger, Eli 2007. “Judicial Activism in Israel,” in Dickson, Brian (ed.), Judicial Activism in Common Law Supreme Courts. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Sapir, Gidon 2008. “The Israeli Constitutional Revolution – How Did It Happen?Law and Government, 11: 571–597.
Scheppele, Kim Lane 2003. “Constitutional Negotiations: Political Contexts of Judicial Activism in Post-Soviet Europe,” International Sociology, 18: 219–238.
Schwartz, Herman 2000. The Struggle for Constitutional Justice in Post-Communist Europe. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.
Segev, Joshua 2007. “Who Needs a Constitution? In Defense of the Non-Decision Constitution-Making Tactic in Israel,” Albany Law Review, 70: 409–490.
Shetreet, Shimon 1994. Justice in Israel: A Study of the Israeli Judiciary. Boston, MA: Springer.
Sommer, Hillel 1997. “The Non-Enumerated Rights: On the Scope of the Constitutional Revolution,” Mishpatim, 28: 257–340.
Sweet, Alec S. 2000. Governing with Judges: Constitutional Politics in Europe. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Tate, Neal and Vallinder, Torbjorn (eds.) 1995. The Global Expansion of Judicial Power. New York, London: New York University Press.
Tribe, Laurence 1987. “Bicentennial Blues: To Praise the Constitution or to Bury It?American University Law Review, 37: 1–8.
Tushnet, Mark 2000. “The Universal and the Particular in Constitutional Law: An Israeli Case Study,” Columbia Law Review, 100: 1327–1346.
Zarhin, Tomer 2010. “A Report Reveals: A Sharp Decline in the Public’s Trust in the Courts,” Haaretz, June 22.

5 Knesset Records 1743 (1950).

Anderson, Karen 2010. Little Rock: Race and Resistance at Central High School. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press.
Arian, Asher, Nachmias, David, and Amir, Ruth 2002. Executive Governance in Israel. New York: Palgrave.
Avnun, Dan 1995. “‘The Enlightened Public’: Jewish and Democratic or Liberal and Democratic,” Law and Government, 3: 417–452.
Barak, Aharon 1992. “The Constitutional Revolution: Protected Human Rights,” Law and Government, 1: 9–10.
Barak, Aharon 2003. “A Judge on Judging: The Role of a Supreme Court in a Democracy,” Harvard Law Review, 116: 19–162.
Barak, Aharon 2004. “The Constitutional Revolution at Twelve,” Law and Business, 1: 3–58.
Barak-Erez, Daphne 1995. “From an Unwritten Constitution: The Israeli Challenge in American Perspective,” Columbia Human Rights Law Review, 26: 309–355.
Bartley, Numan 1969. The Rise of Massive Resistance: Race and Politics in the South during the 1950s. Baton Rouge: Louisiana State University Press.
Barzilai, Gad, Yuchtman-Yaar, Ephraim, and Segal, Zeev 1994. The Israeli Supreme Court and the Israeli Public. Tel Aviv: Papyrus, Tel Aviv University Press.
Bendor, Ariel 1995. “Flaws in the Enactments of the Basic Laws,” Law and Government, 2: 443–454.
Bork, Robert 2003. Coercing Virtue: The Worldwide Rule of Judges. Washington, DC: American Enterprise Institute.
Bühlmann, Marc and Kunz, Ruth 2011. “Confidence in the Judiciary: Comparing the Independence and Legitimacy of Judicial Systems,” Western European Politics, 34: 317–345.
CA 6821/93 United Mizrachi Bank v. Migdal Cooperative Village, 49(4) P.D. 221 (1995).
Caldeira, Gregory and Gibson, James 1992. “The Etiology of Public Support for the Supreme Court,” American Journal of Political Science, 36: 635–664.
Coenen, Dan 1991. “The Constitutional Case against Intracircuit Nonacquiescence,” Minnesota Law Review, 75: 1339–1444.
Dakolias, Maria 2006. “Are We There Yet?: Measuring Success of Constitutional Reform,” Vanderbilt Journal of Transnational Law, 39: 1117–1232.
Declaration of Independence 1948, Official Gazette, May 14, 1948, 1. 1 L.S.I. 3.
Devins, Neal 2006. “Should the Supreme Court Fear Congress?Minnesota Law Review, 90: 1337–1362.
Dickson, Brian (ed.) 2007. Judicial Activism in Common Law Supreme Courts. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Dolbeare, Kenneth and Hammond, Philip 1971. The School Prayer Decisions: From Court Policy to Local Practice. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.
Dorner, Dalia 1999. “Does Israel Have a Constitution?St. Louis University Law Journal, 43: 1325–1336.
Dotan, Yoav 1999. “Do the ‘Haves’ Still Come out Ahead: Resource Inequalities in Ideological Courts: The Case of the Israeli High Court of Justice,” Law and Society Review, 33: 1059–1080.
Dotan, Yoav and Hofnung, Menachem 2005. “Legal Defeats – Political Wins: Why Do Elected Representatives Go to Court,” Comparative Political Studies, 38: 75–103.
Durr, Robert, Martin, Andrew, and Wolbrecht, Christina 2000. “Ideological Divergence and Public Support for the Supreme Court,” American Journal of Political Science, 44: 768–776.
Dworkin, Ronald 1990. A Bill of Rights for Britain. London: Chatto & Windus.
EA 92/03 Mofaz v. Election Commissioner, 57(3) P.D. 793 (2003).
Edelman, Martin 1994. Courts, Politics, and Culture in Israel. Charlottesville: University of Virginia Press.
Elster, Jon 1995. “Forces and Mechanisms in the Constitution-Making Process,” Duke Law Journal, 45: 364–396.
Estreicher, Samuel and Revesz, Richard 1989. “Nonacquiescence by Federal Administrative Agencies,” Yale Law Journal, 98: 679–772.
FH 2316/95 Ganimat v. Israel, 49(4) P.D. 589 (1995).
Farganis, Dion unpublished. “Court Curbing in the Modern Era: Should Supreme Court Justices Really Worry about Attacks from Congress?” Available at http://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=1430723.
Gavison, Ruth 1997. “The Constitutional Revolution: A Reality or a Self-Fulfilling Prophecy?Mishpatim 28: 21–44.
Gavison, Ruth 2006. “Legislatures and the Quest for a Constitution: The Case of Israel,” Review of Constitutional Studies, 11: 345–400.
Gibson, James 2007. “The Legitimacy of the U.S. Supreme Court in a Polarized Society,” Journal of Empirical Law Studies, 4: 507–538.
Gibson, James 2011. “Public Reverence for the United States Supreme Court: Is the Court Invincible?” Available at http://papers.ssrn.com/sol3/papers.cfm?abstract_id=1898485.
Gibson, James and Caldeira, Gregory 2003. “Defenders of Democracy? Legitimacy, Popular Acceptance, and the South African Constitutional Court,” Journal of Politics, 65: 1–30.
Gibson, James and Caldeira, Gregory 2009. Citizens, Courts, and Confirmations: Positivity Theory and the Judgments of the American People. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press.
Gibson, James, Caldeira, Gregory, and Baird, Vanessa 1998. “On the Legitimacy of National High Courts,” American Political Science Review, 92: 343–358.
Ginsburg, Tom 2003. Judicial Review in New Democracies: Constitutional Courts in Asian Cases. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
Ginsburg, Tom, Elkins, Zachary, and Blount, Justin 2009. “Does the Process of Constitution-Making Matter?Annual Review of Law and Social Science, 5: 201–223.
Hardin, Russell 1989. “Why a Constitution?” in Grofman, Bernard and Wittman, Donald (eds.), The Federalist Papers and the New Institutionalism. New York: Agathon Press.
Hatch, Orrin G. 2009. “The Constitution as the Playbook for Judicial Selection,” Harvard Journal of Law and Public Policy, 32: 1035–1044.
Hattis-Rolef, Sheila 2006. Public Trust in Parliament – A Comparative Survey. Knesset Information and Research Center. Available at http://www.knesset.gov.il/mmm/data/pdf/m01417.pdf.
H.C. 1/49 Bejerano v. Minister of the Police, 2 P.D. 80 (1949).
H.C. 1384/98 Avni v. Prime Minister, 52(5) P.D. 206 (1998).
H.C. 141/82 Rubinstein v. Speaker of the Knesset, 37(3) P.D. 141 (1983).
H.C. 148/73 Kaniel v. Minister of Justice, 27(1) P.D. 795 (1973).
H.C. 149/89 Laor v. Speaker of the Knesset 44(3) P.D. 529 (1990).
H.C. 1715/97 Investors Management Bureau v. Minister of Finance, 51(4) P.D. 367 (1997).
H.C. 2056/04 Beit Sourik Village Council v. Government of Israel, 58(5) P.D. 807 (2004).
H.C. 212/03 Herut National Movement v. Election Commissioner, 57(1) P.D. 750 (2003).
H.C. 246/81 Derekh Eretz Ass’n v. Broadcasting Authority, 35(4) P.D. 1 (1981).

H.C. 2605/05 Academic Center for Law and Business v. Minister of Finance (unpublished).

H.C. 270/80 Segal v. Minister of Interior, 34(4) P.D. 429 (1980).
H.C. 389/80 Dapei Zahav v. Broadcasting Authority, 35(1) P.D. 421 (1980).
H.C. 4885/03 Chicken Farmers Org. v. Government of Israel, 49(2) P.D. 14 (2004).
H.C. 5167/00 Weiss v. Prime Minister of Israel, 55(2) P.D. 455 (2001).

H.C. 5657/09 The Movement for Quality Government in Israel v. Government of Israel, (unpublished).

H.C. 6163/92 Eisenberg v. Minister of Housing, 47(2) P.D. 229 (1993).
H.C. 652/81 Sarid v. Speaker of the Knesset, 36(2) P.D. 197 (1982).
H.C. 73/53 Kol Ha’am v. Minister of Interior, 7 P.D. 871 (1953).

H.C. 7957/04 Mar’abe v. Prime Minister of Israel, (unpublished).

H.C. 8397/06 Wasser v. Minister of Defense, (unpublished).

H.C. 910/86 Resler v. Minister of Defense, 42(2) P.D. 441 (1988).
H.C. 935/89 Ganor v. Attorney General, 44(2) P.D. 485 (1990).
H.C. 98/69 Bergman v. Minister of Finance, 23(1) P.D. 693 (1969).
Hirschl, Ran (2013). “The Strategic Foundations of Constitutions,” in Galligan, Denis and Versteeg, Mila (eds.). Social and Political Foundations of Constitutions. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
Hirschl, Ran 2001. “The Political Origins of Judicial Empowerment Through Constitutionalization: Lessons from Israel’s Constitutional Revolution,” Comparative Politics, 33: 315–335.
Hirschl, Ran 2004. Towards Juristocracy: The Origins and Consequences of the New Constitutionalism. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press.
Hofnung, Menachem 1996. “The Unintended Consequences of Unplanned Constitutional Reform: Constitutional Politics in Israel,” American Journal of Comparative Law, 44: 585–604.
Hume, Robert 2009. How Courts Impact Federal Administrative Behavior. London: Routledge.
Iyer, Venkat 2007. “The Supreme Court of India,” in Dickson, Brian (ed.), Judicial Activism in Common Law Supreme Courts. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Jacobsohn, Gary 1993. Apple of Gold: Constitutionalism in Israel and the United States. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press.
Jipping, Thomas 2000. “From Least Dangerous Branch to Most Profound Legacy: The High Stakes in Judicial Selection,” Texas Review of Law and Politics, 4: 365–460.
Kahana, Tsvi 2002. “Understanding the Notwithstanding Mechanism,” University of Toronto Law Journal, 52: 221–274.
Karp, Yehudit 1993. “Basic Law: Human Dignity and Liberty: A Biography of Power Struggles,” Law and Government, 1: 323–384.
Kashti, Or and Zarhin, Tomer 2010. “This Is How the State Ignores Supreme Court Decisions,” Haaretz, March 5, 2010.
Klarman, Michael 2004. From Jim Crow to Civil Rights: The Supreme Court and the Struggle for Racial Equality. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Kmiec, Keenan 2007. “The Origins and Current Meanings of ‘Judicial Activism’,” California Law Review, 92: 1441–1478.
LCA 3007/02 Yitzhak v. Mozes, 56(6) P.D. 592 (2002).
Lerner, Hannah 2010. “Constitution-Writing in Deeply Divided Societies: The Incrementalist Approach,” Nations and Nationalism, 16: 68–88.
Levinson, Sanford 2009. “What Should Citizens (as Participants in a Republican Form of Government) Know about the Constitution?William and Mary Law Review, 50: 1239–1260.
Lin, Uriel and Loya, Shlmoi 2012. “The Contribution of the Constitution, Law and Justice Committee of the Twelfth Knesset to Israel’s Constitutional Law,” Law and Business, 14: 261–290.
Lis, Yehonatan 2011. “How the Legal Advisor to the Knesset, Attorney Eyal Yinnon, Became a Key Figure in Shaping Israeli Democracy,” Haaretz, May 21.
Marbury v. Madison, 5 U.S. (1 Cranch) 137 (1803).
Mautner, Menachem 2002. “Law and Culture in Israel: The 1950s and the 1980s,” in Harris, Ron, Kedar, Alexandre, Lahav, Pnina, and Likhovski, Assaf (eds.). The History of Law in a Multi-Cultural Society: Israel 1917–1967. Aldershot: Ashgate.
Mautner, Menachem 2011. Law and the Culture of Israel. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Mazzone, Jason 2005. “The Scholarship of Lawrence M. Friedman: The Creation of a Constitutional Culture,” Tulsa Law Review, 40: 671–698.
Medina, Barak 2007. “Four Myths of Judicial Review: A Response to Richard Posner’s Critique of Aharon Barak’s Judicial Activism,” Harvard International Law Journal Online, 49: 1–9.
Meydani, Assaf 2011. The Israeli Supreme Court and the Human Rights Revolution: Courts as Agenda Setters. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
Morton, Frederick and Knopff, Rainer 2000. The Charter Revolution & the Court Party. Toronto: University of Toronto Press.
Nichol, Gene 2003. “Toward a People’s Constitution: How Democratic Is the American Constitution?California Law Review, 91: 621–639.
Perez-Perdomo, Rogelio 2006. “Rule of Law and Lawyers in Latin America,” Annals, 603: 179–191.
Posner, Richard 2007. “Enlightened Despot,” The New Republic, April 23.
Roux, Theunis 2009. “Principle and Pragmatism on the Constitutional Court of South Africa,” International Journal of Constitutional Law, 7: 106–138.
Rubinstein, Amnon 2012. “The Story of the Basic Laws,” Law and Business, 14: 79–109.
Rubinstein, Amnon and Medina, Barak 2005. The Constitutional Law of the State of Israel, 6th Edition. Tel Aviv: Shoken.
Sagy, Yair 2004. “For the Administration of Justice: On the Establishment of the High Court of Justice of Israel,” Tel Aviv University Law Review, 28: 225–298.
Salzberger, Eli 2007. “Judicial Activism in Israel,” in Dickson, Brian (ed.), Judicial Activism in Common Law Supreme Courts. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Sapir, Gidon 2008. “The Israeli Constitutional Revolution – How Did It Happen?Law and Government, 11: 571–597.
Scheppele, Kim Lane 2003. “Constitutional Negotiations: Political Contexts of Judicial Activism in Post-Soviet Europe,” International Sociology, 18: 219–238.
Schwartz, Herman 2000. The Struggle for Constitutional Justice in Post-Communist Europe. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.
Segev, Joshua 2007. “Who Needs a Constitution? In Defense of the Non-Decision Constitution-Making Tactic in Israel,” Albany Law Review, 70: 409–490.
Shetreet, Shimon 1994. Justice in Israel: A Study of the Israeli Judiciary. Boston, MA: Springer.
Sommer, Hillel 1997. “The Non-Enumerated Rights: On the Scope of the Constitutional Revolution,” Mishpatim, 28: 257–340.
Sweet, Alec S. 2000. Governing with Judges: Constitutional Politics in Europe. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Tate, Neal and Vallinder, Torbjorn (eds.) 1995. The Global Expansion of Judicial Power. New York, London: New York University Press.
Tribe, Laurence 1987. “Bicentennial Blues: To Praise the Constitution or to Bury It?American University Law Review, 37: 1–8.
Tushnet, Mark 2000. “The Universal and the Particular in Constitutional Law: An Israeli Case Study,” Columbia Law Review, 100: 1327–1346.
Zarhin, Tomer 2010. “A Report Reveals: A Sharp Decline in the Public’s Trust in the Courts,” Haaretz, June 22.

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Constitutions and Institutional Acts

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