Patricia Aufderheide, a reporter from the monthly magazine In These Times, and William Marshner of the Free Congress Foundation spoke about… read more
Patricia Aufderheide, a reporter from the monthly magazine In These Times, and William Marshner of the Free Congress Foundation spoke about the cultural attitudes present in the United States and how those attitudes had changed in the previous twenty years. This discussion was held in the context of Judge Ginsburg withdrawing from consideration for the Supreme Court, in part, because he had smoked marijuana as a young man. close
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