Nina Totenberg: '[Roberts] Is The Most Powerful Chief Justice, Probably Since The 1930s' | MSNBC

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Published on 9 Jul 2020, 22:53
Chief Justice John Roberts found himself the deciding vote in many cases during this last Supreme Court session. Totenberg says, “He's the most powerful chief justice, probably since the 1930s." Aired on 7/09/2020.
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Nina Totenberg: '[Roberts] Is The Most Powerful Chief Justice, Probably Since The 1930s' | MSNBC
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