Antonin Scalia

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Justice Antonin Scalia

Scalia was nominated to the Supreme Court by President Reagan and was confirmed on Sept. 26, 1986. A compilation of Washington Post coverage of Scalia is below.

THE SUPREME COURT
Yesterday, it was high school students. Earlier this week, future lawyers. The Brits, whom Justice Antonin Scalia shocked with his laissez-faire attitudes toward torture, are behind him. Soon Scalia will sit down with "60 Minutes" to promote his new book about legal persuasion.
 
Rehnquist, Scalia Take Their Oaths;Reagan Lauds Burger at Retirement (Post, September 27, 1986, Page A14)
 
Senate Panel Approves Rehnquist, 13 to 5: Judiciary Committee Unanimously Endorses Scalia for High Court (Post, August 15, 1986, Page A01)
 
First Day of Questioning Leaves Scalia Unscathed: Nominee Praised as Brilliant Legal Scholar (Post, August 6, 1986, Page A06)
 
How Scalia Faced Ethics Issue: Though a Past Consultant, He Sat on AT&T Case (washingtonpost.com, June 22, 1986; 12:00 AM)
 
Scalia Tenacious After Staking Out a Position: Supreme Court Nominee's Views Attuned to Reagan Era Conservative Philosophy (Post, June 22, 1986, Page A01)
 
Judge a Favorite With Conservative Lawyers, Activists (Post, June 18, 1986, Page A01)
 

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