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Person of The Week (Scalia) #105112

ABC Evening News for Friday, Sep 26, 1986
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(Studio: Peter Jennings) New Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia profiled; scenes shown. [SCALIA - discusses nomination.] [University of Virginia law school spokesperson A.E. Dick HOWARD - notes Scalia's strengths.] [NOW president Eleanor SMEAL, university of Chicago law school spokesperson Geoffrey STONE - cite Supreme Court's move toward conservativism.] Exs. given. Court's and Scalia's position on various soc. issues considered. [SCALIA - denies entering court with agenda.] [HOWARD - notes Scalia's commitment to his positions.] Scalia's personal background reviewed. [Senator Orrin HATCH - praises appointed] [SCALIA - comments on nomination.] "American Lawyer" magazine's account of Scalia's action on attempted White House interference with Public Bdcst. network under Richard Nixon described.

Reporter(s):
Jennings, Peter
Duration:
00:05:10

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