The Supreme Court's Battle For A 'More Unjust' America : Fresh Air In his new book, 'Supreme Inequality,' lawyer/journalist Adam Cohen makes the case that the Supreme Court has been "a right-wing court for 50 years," siding with corporations and the wealthy — and against the poor.

And jazz critic Kevin Whitehead reviews 'Life Goes On,' a record by Carla Bley's trio.
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The Supreme Court's Battle For A 'More Unjust' America

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The Supreme Court's Battle For A 'More Unjust' America

The Supreme Court's Battle For A 'More Unjust' America

The Supreme Court's Battle For A 'More Unjust' America

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In his new book, 'Supreme Inequality,' lawyer/journalist Adam Cohen makes the case that the Supreme Court has been "a right-wing court for 50 years," siding with corporations and the wealthy — and against the poor.

And jazz critic Kevin Whitehead reviews 'Life Goes On,' a record by Carla Bley's trio.