At the request of a Democratic Senate, the Bush administration in 2006 opened a rare window on the process for preparing a Supreme Court nominee for a confirmation hearing. The administration produced a list of 38 people — members of the Republican legal elite, from inside and outside government — who had helped Samuel Alito Jr. practice the answers he would give to the Senate Judiciary Committee.

Don’t expect a similar list this time around.

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