With presidential appointments of new Supreme Court justices and major court decisions becoming the centers of polarizing whirlwinds of controversy, it is often thought that the Supreme Court is as much a hotbed of divisions as other institutions in American government. But is this an accurate way to think about it, especially with the numerous quieter decisions made every year by the highest court in the land?
Join American Purpose and Braver Angels for a special edition of America's Public Forum, where they discuss the appearances and realities of division and polarization, pragmatism and principle, compromise and collaboration, among the justices of the contemporary U.S. Supreme Court.
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