The Constitution and Its Promise
President Ronald Reagan nominated Justice Kennedy to the high court in 1987. He took his seat in 1988.
Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy spoke at the Heritage Foundation’s Center for Legal and Judicial Studies as part of the foundation’s lecture series “Preserve the Constitution.” He said it’s the duty of every American, not just public servants, to preserve, protect and defend the U.S. Constitution. Justice Kennedy also stressed the importance of educating children on how the Constitution was formed, and what is in it and why. He said that you can not preserve what you do not comprehend.
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Anthony M. Kennedy Associate Justice U.S. Supreme Court
Edwin Meese III Chair Heritage Foundation->Center for Legal and Judicial Studies
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