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In recent years one legal scholar has been able to push through the veil secrecy that surrounds the supreme court and publish some of the tapes and transcripts of landmark supreme court decisions. Amy is joined by Peter Irons who has done just that. Irons speaks about his experience of publicizing supreme court tapes and meeting resistance for doing so.

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- Peter Irons–professor of political science and director of the Earl Warren bill of rights project at the University of California San Diego and author of May it Please the Court

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