The Supreme Court: A C-SPAN Book, Featuring the Justices in their Own Words

Front Cover
PublicAffairs, Nov 25, 2013 - Political Science - 417 pages
6 Reviews
This singular collection of original interviews with all nine sitting Supreme Court Justices plus retired Justice O'Connor—as well as reporters, attorneys, and historians—gives readers a rare window into the nation's highest court and those who serve there

What people are saying - Write a review

User ratings

5 stars
4 stars
3 stars
2 stars
1 star

The Supreme Court: A C-Span Book Featuring the Justices in Their Own Words

User Review  - Philip Y. Blue - Book Verdict

C-SPAN staffers Lamb (founding CEO), Susan Swain (president & co-chief operating officer), and Mark Farkas (executive producer) have assembled a selection of interviews with current and former Supreme ... Read full review

Review: The Supreme Court: A C-SPAN Book, Featuring the Justices in their Own Words

User Review  - Dan Cotter - Goodreads

Excellent view into the inner workings of court. C-span interviewed all nine justices in 2009 and discussed the importance of the court and their experiences. Read full review


Part 2
Part 3
About the Authors

Common terms and phrases

About the author (2013)

Brian Lamb is C-SPAN's founding CEO and chairman and longtime on-camera interviewer. Lamb lives in Arlington, Virginia.

Susan Swain is President & co-Chief Operating Officer of C-SPAN. For more than twenty-five years, she has been an on-air interviewer for the program. A regular moderator of Washington Journal, she's interviewed hundreds of members of Congress, policy experts, journalists and several presidents. She lives in Northern Virginia.

Mark Farkas has been involved in C-SPAN feature productions for a quarter-century. In addition to his projects on the U.S. Capitol and the White House, Farkas was executive producer for C-SPAN's 1999-2000 Peabody Award winning series "American Presidents: Life Portraits;" the 1998 "Alexis deTocqueville Tour," and 1994's "Lincoln-Douglas Debates."

Bibliographic information