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10 Ways to Study the U.S. Supreme Court

Over the nearly twelve years that the New York Times has been publishing lesson plans, we’ve done quite a few on the Supreme Court and its role, the legacies of justices who have retired, the politics of the nomination and confirmation process, and, of course, the implications of important rulings. This list helps bring together some Learning Network “greatest hits” on the subject with key articles from the Times archives, current Times reporting and multimedia, and excellent additional resources from around the Web.

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