The Making of a Justice
From the 7- part series The Presidency and the Constitution (1987)

On what basis should Supreme Court justices be nominated and appointed? Should the Court be representative of the general population? Should there be a “woman's seat? A “black” seat? Should the president choose justices using ideology as the sole criterion? This programs pushes panelists that include a former President, judges, legal scholars and journalists covering the Court to explore the tough questions involved in selecting Justices for our highest Court.

Funder: The Hearst Corporation