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    Explore the history of this First Amendment right and how it has evolved, leading to the landmark Pentagon Papers case, New York Times v. United States.
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    Supreme Court Justice Anthony M. Kennedy has announced his retirement. For many years, he has taken part in our Constitution video projects. You can easily access those videos here. 
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    We make it easy for you to match our award-winning videos and games to specific constitutional concepts! You can also download a brochure that is a convenient way to find all our multimedia resources.
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  • Understanding the Court

    Learn about the history, procedures and inner workings of the nation's highest court  when high school students meet with Chief Justice John G. Roberts Jr. for a conversation about the Supreme Court. 
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