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  • Gender and the Supreme Court
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    Gender and the Supreme Court

    Professor O’Connor spoke as part of a lecture series on perceptions of the U.S. Supreme Court. She provided an historical overview of ways the Court has dealt with the status of gender in cases…

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    The Priestly Tribe: The Supreme Court's Image

    Ms. Perry talked about her book, The Priestly Tribe: The Supreme Court’s Image in the American Mind, published by Praeger. She focused on the image and symbolism of the Supreme Court and…

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  • Justice Profile Stephen Breyer
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    Justice Profile: Stephen Breyer

    Guests talked about the life and career of Justice Breyer. During the course of the program several highlights of Justice Breyer’s speeches and interviews were shown.

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  • Writing About the Supreme Court
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    Writing About the Supreme Court

    The panel talked about books they have recently written about the U.S. Supreme Court. Specifically they talked about presidential selection of Supreme Court justices. After their remarks…

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  • Inside and Outside the Supreme Court
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    Inside and Outside the Supreme Court

    Mr. Suter spoke about his role as clerk of the U.S. Supreme Court and how the Court operates. Then Mr. Rishikoff, who had just returned from Haiti and Russia, spoke about how other nations…

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  • Supreme Court During the New Deal
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    Supreme Court During the New Deal

    Professor Perry delivered the first lecture as part of a series on Supreme Court perceptions. She examined the controversies involving the Court during the 1930s, including FDR’s efforts to pack…

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  • Supreme Court in US Life
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    Supreme Court in U.S. Life

    Ms. Biskupic spoke as part of a lecture series on Supreme Court perceptions. She examined the bidirectional relationship between the Court and U.S. society and highlighted both how the…

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