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Aspen Ideas Festival: Does The Supreme Court Follow The People? Discussion With Sandra Day O'Connor, Stephen Breyer, Larry Kramer, and Jeffrey Rosen

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The U.S. Supreme Court has had a hefty couple years. From the 'Citizens United' ruling which opened the floodgates of corporate money in politics to the most recent California video-game case, the court has taken heat.

In the wake of these decisions, we have to wonder -- who does the Supreme Court represent? Does constitutional change begin at the grassroots level, or are we subject to the whims of the court? Supreme Court Justices Stephen Breyer and Sandra Day O'Connor joined in on the conversation with Stanford Law's Larry Kramer at the Aspen Ideas Festival:

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