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Law and Justice with Antonin Scalia

Uncommon Knowledge with Peter Robinson

March 25, 2009

Antonin Scalia, Peter Robinson

On March 16-20, Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia gave a wide-ranging series of interviews to Peter Robinson of the Hoover Institution discussing everything from his new book to originalism to his thoughts about his job.  National Review Online has posted these interviews on their web site. Links to each of the five segments can be found below.

Scalia on Uncommon Knowledge
Justice Antonin Scalia
United States Supreme Court

[audio  Full Audio]

[video  Video Part 1]
Making Your Case: The Art of Persuading Judges

[video  Video Part 2]
Why the Constitution "is not living, but dead..."

[video  Video Part 3]
Why originalists have lost so much ground to devotees of a living Constitution...

[video  Video Part 4]
Roe v. Wade -- and other mistakes of the past 50 years...

[video  Video Part 5]
His career, his family, his opinions, his faith, his colleagues, his legacy,
and the fate of the Constitution...


Uncommon Knowledge is a production of the Hoover Institution, a public-policy research center devoted to the advanced study of politics, economics, and political economy — both domestic and foreign — as well as international affairs. Topics on Uncommon Knowledge range from the legalization of drugs to affirmative action to war to taxes to censorship on the Internet. Uncommon Knowledge is hosted by Hoover fellow Peter M. Robinson. For more information, click HERE.


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