The Presidency and the Supreme Court
“The Presidency and the Supreme Court” was the second national conference sponsored by the nation’s twelve Presidential Libraries, their foundations, and the National Archives.
Former Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O’Connor delivered the keynote address at “The Presidency and the Supreme Court” conference. She spoke about conflicts between the judicial and executive branches. Former Justice O’Connor began her talk by recounting her meeting with Eleanor Roosevelt as a young girl.
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