An Independent Judiciary: Cherokee Nation v. Georgia and Cooper v. Aaron
This documentary, featuring Justice Stephen G. Breyer and leading constitutional scholars,  chronicles two key moments that defined our understanding of the role of the judiciary: the Cherokee Nation's struggles before the Supreme Court in the 1830s to preserve its homeland, and Cooper v. Aaron (1958), which affirmed that states were bound to follow the Court's order to integrate their schools. (34 min)
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