Rose elizabeth bird was forty years old when in 1977 governor edmund g jerry brown chose her to become californias first female supreme court chief justice appointed to a court with a stellar reputation for being the nations most progressive bird became a lightning rod for the opposition due to her liberalism inexperience and gender. The case of rose bird provides a fascinating look at this important and complex woman and the political and cultural climate of california in the 1970s and 1980s seeking to uncover the identities and motivations of birds vehement critics kathleen a cairns traces birds meteoric rise and cataclysmic fall. The case of rose bird gender politics and the california courts cairns kathleen a 9780803255753 books amazonca. The case of rose bird gender politics and the california courts cairns kathleen a 2016 university of nebraska press lincoln 328 pages photographs appendix index included reviewed by 1megan m connerly from the pages of californias court case history author kathleen cairns brings us a story. Stanford libraries official online search tool for books media journals databases government documents and more
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