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Friday, October 19, 2007 

Kevin Merida on Thomas and Marshall

Journalist Kevin Merida, co-author of a recent book on Justice Clarence Thomas, stopped by Marquette Law School this semester to talk with Mike Gousha. Gousha, formerly of WTMJ, is the Distinguished Fellow of Law and Public Policy at Marquette. He's been bringing in a wide variety of community leaders, politicians, lawyers, and authors for discussion sessions.

Here is a video clip of Merida talking about some of the counter intuitive similarities between Justice Thomas and Justice Thurgood Marshall, the Justice that Thomas replaced...

There are a few more video clips on YouTube from Gousha events. Check them out to see what's going on at the law school between classes.

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