Should we expand the Supreme Court?

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Advocates on the left are eyeing the bench. They see a Supreme Court out of touch with the American electorate, obstructed by partisan interests, and rendered illegitimate by years of controversial appointments. But those opposed are sounding the alarm, contending that a move to dramatically change one of the three core pillars of American government would ultimately undermine the court’s legitimacy.  Panelists for this special from Intelligence Squared include Dahlia Lithwick, Tamara Brummer, Carter Phillips, and Akhil Reed Amar.

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