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Monday, August 07, 2006 

The Chief on America and the Courts

Chief Justice John Roberts is the star of last Saturday's episode of C-SPAN's America and the Courts. I managed to catch the last half of this episode. Luckily, C-SPAN archives these on their website. There is an interesting exclusive interview with the Chief Justice concerning the Constitution in general. It was filmed by C-SPAN for use in a program to get middle and high school students interested in the Constitution. It's not a long document. I'd suggest that you give it a read again. Even if you have read it a million times, it never hurts to give it another look.

The bulk of the program is devoted to the Chief's appearance at the Ninth Circuit's conference. He gives a speech, which is entertaining as always, and there is a question and answer session.

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