In recent years, women have started to have a considerable impact on the political process. While literature exists on women in Congress and in district court settings, little research exists on the role played by female Supreme Court Justices. The author attempts to shed light on the impact of female justices by assessing statements made by the justices, in addition to their voting records. The author finds that the new women Supreme Court Justices have had little impact so far, but offers that perhaps as time goes on, this will change.
"Do Women Justices Matter?,"
The Eastern Illinois University Political Science Review: Vol. 3
, Article 2.
Available at: http://thekeep.eiu.edu/eiupsr/vol3/iss1/2