Analysis: Supreme Court 2002-2003 Term

Decisions about affirmative action, sodomy and libraries marked the end of a remarkable Supreme Court session. NPR's Legal Affairs correspondent Nina Totenberg joins host Lynn Neary for a discussion of this term's decisions, the justices and what lies ahead for the court.


Nina Totenberg
*NPR Legal Affairs Correspondent

John Yoo
*Professor of law at the University of California at Berkeley
*Fellow at the American Enterprise Institute

Chris Schroeder
*Professor of Law at Duke University

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