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 how they maintain their dignified nature. She also talked about how the individual justices present themselves to the public. After her prepared remarks she answered questions from the audience. Scenes were shown of her book signing. This program took place in the renovated train station which housed the Orange County Visitors Center. close
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Barbara A. Perry Professor Sweet Briar College->Government
Michael C. Quinn Executive Director Montpelier Foundation
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