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|Genre/forme :||Documentary television programs|
|Personne nommée :||Harry A Blackmun; Harry A Blackmun|
|Type d’ouvrage :||Enregistrement vidéo|
|Format :||Matériel visuel|
|Tous les auteurs / collaborateurs :||
Harry A Blackmun; Sandra Day O'Connor; William H Rehnquist; Stephen G Breyer; Robert MacNeil; Kathleen M Sullivan; Stuart Taylor; Harold Hongju Koh; David Gergen; Gwen Ifill; Jan Crawford Greenburg; Films for the Humanities & Sciences (Firm)
|Numéro OCLC :||301560448|
|Notes :||Title from container and root menu.
"© 2006. Package copyright © 2007"--Container.
Compilation of segments that originally aired on the television programs MacNeil/Lehrer news hour and News hour with Jim Lehrer between 1998 and 2006.
|Interprète(s) :||Robert MacNeil, Kathleen Sullivan, Stuart Taylor, Harold Koh, David Gergen, William Rehnquist, Sandra Day O'Connor, Gwen Ifill, Jan Crawford Greenburg, Stephen Breyer.|
|Description :||1 videodisc (75 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.|
|Contenu :||Chapter titles from container: Remembering Harry Blackmun --
Gergen dialogue : William Rehnquist and civil liberties in wartime --
Sandra Day O'Connor : the early years --
Conversation : Sandra Day O'Connor and the majesty of law --
Conversation : Stephen Breyer and active liberty --
Sandra Day O'Connor and Stephen Breyer on judicial independence. Segment titles for Remembering Harry Blackmun from Films for the Humanities & Sciences website: Legacy of Supreme Court Justice Harry Blackmun (03:22) --
Justice Harry Blackmun Speaks to the Press (04:16) --
Assessment of Justice Harry Blackmun's Legacy (03:51) --
Two Sides of Justice Blackmun (03:08) --
Justice Blackmun: Portrait of a Self-Disciplined Man (03:04) --
Replacement Candidate for Justice Blackmun: George Mitchell (04:15) --
Candidates for Justice Blackmun's Position on Supreme Court (02:57). Chapter titles from root menu: Blackmun : his life and legacy --
All laws but one : Chief Justice Rehnquist --
Her early life : Sandra Day O'Connor --
The majesty of law : Justice Sandra Day O'Connor --
Active liberty : Justice Stephen Breyer --
Judicial independence : Justices Sandra Day O'Connor & Stephen Breyer.
|Titre de collection :||The news hour|
|Autres titres :||News hour :
News hour with Jim Lehrer (Television program)
|Responsabilité :||Film for the Humanities & Sciences.|
Remembering Harry Blackmun: Robert MacNeil considers the Blackmun legacy with Kathleen Sullivan, professor of law at Stanford University; Harvard University's Charles Fried; Stuart Taylor, correspondent for The American Lawyer magazine; and Yale University's Harold Koh, a former law clerk for Justice Blackmun on the Supreme Court. Aired April 6, 1994.
Gergen dialogue: David Gergen, editor-at-large of U.S. News & World Report, talks with Chief Justice William Rehnquist about his book All the Laws but One: Civil Liberties in Wartime. Aired November 11, 1998.
Sandra Day O'Connor: Gwen Ifill and Justice Sandra Day O'Connor reflect on O'Connor's formative years growing up on the family cattle ranch as they discuss her autobiography Lazy B. Aired February 1, 2002.
Conversation : Sandra Day O'Connor and the majesty of law: Jan Crawford Greenburg, Supreme Court reporter for the Chicago Tribune, talks with Justice Sandra Day O'Connor about women in the legal profession, major court decisions, and her book The Majesty of the Law: Reflections of a Supreme Court Justice. Aired June 9, 2003.
Conversation : Stephen Breyer and active liberty: Chicago Tribune national legal affairs correspondent Jan Crawford Greenburg talks with Justice Stephen Breyer about his judicial philosophy, changes in the court since Chief Justice John Roberts' arrival, and his book Active Liberty: Interpreting Our Democratic Constitution. Aired October 19, 2005.
Sandra Day O'Connor and Stephen Breyer on Judicial Independence: Gwen Ifill is joined by former Justice Sandra Day O'Connor and Justice Stephen Breyer, who air their views on the vital importance of an independent judiciary-- and their concerns about threats to it. Aired September 26, 2006.