A More Perfect Union: The Supreme Court
This excellent program explains the Supreme Court's role as interpreter of the Constitution, with an emphasis on the Bill of Rights. It looks at how the court works and at the origins of the all-important power of judicial review. The program also highlights important court cases, such as Brown vs. the Board of Education of Topeka, Kansas, and the 1944 case of Korematsu vs. the United States, to show how the power of the Supreme Court has been used in history for good and for bad.
|Subject||SOCIAL STUDIES, Civics|
|Running Time||15 min.|
|Teacher's Guide||Download the guide|
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