In a five-part interview, Linda Greenhouse, who won a Pulitzer Prize for her work as a Supreme Court reporter for The New York Times and now teaches at Yale Law School, discusses her background, her thirty years spent covering The Court, the job of a Court reporter, and how the Court is best understood not through slogans but in its details.
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