NPR “Fresh Air” program: Justice Stevens Reflects On The Court And Its Chiefs

October 19, 2011 After 35 years serving on the Supreme Court, Justice John Paul Stevens retired last year. Appointed by President Gerald Ford in 1975, Stevens was the third-longest-serving justice in the court’s history. Now 91, he spends his days playing tennis, lecturing and writing. But instead of legal briefs and opinions, Stevens is now sharing personal stories from his time on the Supreme Court. His newly released memoir, Five Chiefs: A Supreme Court Memoir, is about the…[For full story and interview: http://www.npr.org/2011/10/19/141427499/justice-stevens-reflects-on-the-court-and-its-chiefs ]

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NPR “Fresh Air” program: Justice Stevens Reflects On The Court And Its Chiefs

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