Making Our Democracy Work: A Judge's View
Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer presents a history of the Supreme Court. Mr. Breyer examines the American public’s relationship with the high court and contends that the trust given by the citizenry should not be taken for granted. Associate Justice Breyer was interviewed by Ms. Greenhouse on stage at the National Archives in Washington, D.C. He also responded to questions from members of the audience. close
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Stephen G. Breyer Associate Justice U.S. Supreme Court
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