Supreme Court: Justices

“The Original Activist Judge,” Washington Post Book World, 17 October 2010, pp. B1, B5. (Seth Stern & Stephen Wermiel, Justice Brennan, Liberal Champion).

“Reading Thomas,” Legal Times, 15 October 2007, pp. 14-16. (Clarence Thomas, My Grandfather’s Son). [Also published in the American Lawyer, November 2007, pp. 90-93].

“Open Case on Clarence Thomas,” Los Angeles Times, 23 April 2007, pp. E1, E8. (Kevin Merida & Michael A. Fletcher, Supreme Discomfort: The Divided Soul of Clarence Thomas).

“The Unlikely Center,” The New Republic, 6 March 2006, pp. 33-37. (Joan Biskupic, Sandra Day O’Connor, & Tinsley E. Yarbrough, David Hackett Souter).

“The Accidental Jurist,” The New Republic, 27 June 2005, pp. 36-41. (Linda Greenhouse, Becoming Justice Blackmun).

“The Brains Behind Blackmun,” Legal Affairs, May-June 2005, pp. 26-34.

“Saving Thomas,” The New Republic, 25 October 2004, pp. 28-34. (Ken Foskett, Judging Thomas).

“A Supreme Court Justice’s Uneven Volume of Views,” Chicago Tribune, 27 April 2003, pp. XIV-1, 4. (Sandra Day O’Connor, The Majesty of the Law).

“The Tragedy of William O. Douglas,” The Nation 276 (14 April 2003): 25-30. (Bruce Allen Murphy, Wild Bill: The Legend and Life of William O. Douglas).

“William H. Rehnquist in the Mirror of Justices,” in Martin Belsky, ed., The Rehnquist Court: A Retrospective (New York: Oxford University Press, 2002), pp. 274-83.

“[William J.] Brennan Helped Shape U.S. Justice,” Atlanta Journal- Constitution, 27 July 1997, p. F1.

“David H. Souter,” George, June 1997, pp. 72, 102.

“The Rehnquist Years,” New York Times Magazine, 6 October 1996, pp. 64-71, 82-85. (Reprinted in Steffen W. Schmidt et al., eds., Readings in American Government [Belmont, CA: West/Wadsworth, 1997], pp. 255-261, in John J. Sullivan et al., eds., Criminal Justice 97/98 [Guilford, CT: McGraw Hill, 1997], pp. 121-130, in Bruce Stinebrickner, ed., American Government 97/98 [& 98/99 & 99/00] [Guilford, CT: McGraw Hill, 1997 & 1998], pp. 135-144 [& pp. 112-120 & pp. 115-123], and in Allen J. Cigler et al., eds., American Politics: Classic and Contemporary Readings, 4th ed. [Boston: Houghton Mifflin Co., 1998], pp. 462-474.)

“On Race, It’s [Clarence] Thomas v. an Old Ideal,” New York Times, 2 July 1995, pp. IV-1, IV-5.

“Doing Justice,” The Nation 260 (27 February 1995): 278-281. (Gerald Gunther, Learned Hand, & Roger K. Newman, Hugo Black).

“Justice Souter: A Surprising Kind of Conservative,” New York Times Magazine, 25 September 1994, pp. 36-43, 52-55, 64-67. (Reprinted in Theodore J. Lowi, et al., eds., Readings for American Government, 4th ed. [New York: W.W. Norton & Co., 1996], pp. 195-204, and in Randall B. Ripley et al., eds., Readings in American Government and Politics, 3rd ed.[Boston: Allyn and Bacon, 1998], pp. 383-393.)

“Blackmun’s Journey Toward Feminism,” Boston Globe, 10 April 1994, pp. 69, 72, and Newsday, 10 April 1994, pp. A38-A39.

“How Anita Hill’s Charges Became Political Grist,” Newsday, 4 May 1993, p. 58. (David Brock, The Real Anita Hill).