by Stephen Breyer
September 14, 2011 In fiction, Brad Meltzer imagines a presidential spy ring, and the latest installment in the popular Naruto manga series arrives. In nonfiction, Stacy Schiff reconstructs Cleopatra, Justice Stephen Breyer contemplates democracy, and Joseph Ellis finds an abiding love story in the letters of John and Abigail Adams.
Justice Stephen Breyer has a degree in philosophy from Stanford University. He received his law degree from Harvard University.
September 14, 2010 In Making Our Democracy Work: A Judge's View, Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer outlines his ideas about the Constitution and about the way the United States legal system works. Breyer explains how the justices debate each case on their docket, why he interprets the Constitution as a living document, and details what he thinks is the worst decision the high court has ever made.
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October 20, 2005 Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer has written about his interpretation of the constitution in the new book Active Liberty.
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September 29, 2005 In an exclusive interview with Nina Totenberg, Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer discusses his new book on democracy and the Constitution.
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