The National Constitution Center’s Jeffrey Rosen spends 30 minutes with Supreme Court Associate Justice Stephen Breyer, in an interview that ranges from Breyer’s view of the Constitution to the controversial Korematsu case.
Breyer and Rosen were at an event in late April in Washington, and in addition to Breyer’s take on the Korematsu decision, at the end of this interview, he spoke about the public perception of how the Justices accept cases, and how the Court is more united in some ways than people believe.
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