After Words with Mark Tushnet
Legal scholar Mark Tushnet talked about his book, In the Balance: Politics in the Roberts Court, in which he explores the opening years of the Roberts Court. He argued that decisions have been determined as much by politics as law, and examined the more controversial holdings, including upholding the Affordable Care Act. Mr. Tushnet spoke with Jenna Greene, senior reporter for National Law Journal. close
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Jenna Greene Senior Correspondent National Law Journal
- Mark V. Tushnet Professor (Former) Georgetown University Law Center
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