Scholars and journalists are anticipating the release of the late Justice Harry Blackmun's papers, apt to be an unprecedented treasure trove of inside information about the Supreme Court. Those who know his penchant for saving records speculate that some justices and officials will be discomfited by the disclosures. But the biggest rush may be toward the Roe v. Wade folders, in search of clues on how Blackmun developed the landmark abortion ruling.
January 26, 2004
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