A cornucopia of inside information about the Supreme Court went on view Thursday as the Library of Congress released papers of the late Justice Harry Blackmun. Initial peeks indicate that Blackmun, who retired from the Court in 1994, cooperated extensively with the authors of the controversial 1979 book "The Brethren" and that the Court in his time was the scene of numerous vote changes that altered the outcome of major cases, including Roe v. Wade.
Blackmun Papers Are a Window on Court's Daily Life
March 5, 2004
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