Edward Lazarus

Former US Attorney

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Former US Attorney in Los Angeles and author of Closed Chambers: The Rise, Fall, and Future of the Modern Supreme Court; former clerk for Supreme Court Justice Harry Blackmun (1988-89); columnist at FindLaw.com

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In 1954,  US Supreme Court ruled --without a dissenting vote--that racial segregation in public schools violated the Constitution.  The Court's unanimity was considered a great…

Supreme Court Divided Again on a Major Decision

In 1954, US Supreme Court ruled --without a dissenting vote--that racial segregation in public schools violated the Constitution.  The Court's unanimity was considered a great…

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