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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