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This program features a discussion between veteran journalist Bill Moyers and Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsberg, recorded at Union Theological Seminary's Judith Davidson Moyers Women of Spirit Award Lecture. In this wide-ranging discussion they cover such topics as her experience studying literature with Vladimir Nabakov, her love of the law, her moral compass and belief in justice, and the influences on her. They discuss some of her legal work that had a major impact on law and society, separation of church and state, the Civil Rights Movement, and her interaction with the other Supreme Court Justices.
Length: 81 minutes
Copyright date: ©2020
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