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Democracy and the Constitution: The Role of the Supreme Court - Shared screen with speaker view
Brooklyn’s iPhone
27:04
does everyone have sound yet?
Jeffrey Peake
27:30
bear with us, we're working on some technical difficulties
Eva Welborn
28:34
sound should be on now
Valentina Acevedo
28:49
yes
Courtney McCullough
28:55
Yes
Jairo Aguayo
28:55
yes
Jeffrey Peake
29:35
thank you everyone
Maximillian’s iPhone
47:02
Did the sound cut out for anyone else?
Sydney Hovenstine
47:15
yeah it did for me
Lucy Raisch
47:20
yes me too
William Albright
47:21
yes its messed up for me too
Jeffrey Peake
47:36
We may have lost the mic
Mayowa
47:46
Yes
Jeffrey Peake
48:36
is that better?
William Albright
48:42
yes
Sydney Hovenstine
48:45
yes thank you
Maximillian’s iPhone
48:47
Perfect. Thank you👍
Jeffrey Peake
01:03:24
still good on sound?
Eva Welborn
01:04:35
please drop your questions in the chat!
Lincoln Harder
01:04:47
sound is still good
Jeffrey Peake
01:11:30
Any questions on Zoom?
Lincoln Harder
01:25:17
If the Supreme Court is becoming more of a political tool than intended and it appears that people are unwilling to push back against its authority, how is this issue to be realistically accommodated? In your view, do we constrain the courts, restructure them, or redefine their purpose to prevent their political capture?
Cole Costello
01:33:22
If the members of Congress regardless of party with the power to challenge the court refuse to do so because of their self interest and rather use the power of the court to gain political power and influence how can we, if possible,without drastic change to its structure depolarize the court?
Eva Welborn
01:34:49
This will be our last question. Thank you for your participation.