UPDATED 6/12/2008: I apologize to Jon Hoban at radio station WFPL (Louisville Public Media) for failing to properly attribute the interview of Justice Stephen Breyer from the Kentucky Author Forum on May 6, 2008. I attributed the post to the Kentucky Author Forum but overlooked the fact that the streaming media presenation saved for web watchers was at the WFPL web site at http://www.wfpl.org/cms/?page_id=20.
Hopefully, this updated posting with appropriate attribution will return me to their good graces, and again I apologize profusely.
For your information, WFPL, 89.3 on your FM dial, has archived lots of their interviews and stories and provides an excellent resource of timely interviews now and from the past. Click here for a page with links to those archives.
Please note the original post was on 5/17/2008.
Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer - May 6, 2008
Stephen G. Breyer, associate justice of the Supreme Court, took his seat in 1994. His book Active Liberty is based on the Tanner lectures on Human Values that Justice Breyer delivered at Harvard University in November 2004. In it, Justice Breyer argues that the Constitution’s lasting brilliance is that its principles may adapt to cope with current sitations. (courtesy: Kentucky Author Forum).
Justice Breyer was interviewed by Pete Williams, Justice Correspondent for NBC News, on May 6, 2008 at the University of Louisville Kentucky Author Forum.
Listen to the interview: