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Posted by HM on Sunday, September 11, 2011 at 6:31pm.

Compared to Supreme Court nominations, those for the lower federal courts



a. are, although much greater in number, irrelevant to a president's policy agenda.

b. are not subject to partisan consideration.

c. have a much greater probability of being rejected by the Senate.

d. are not subject to senatorial courtesy.

e. None of these answers is correct.


Is A correct?

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