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By the People: The Supreme Court's war on democracy


In this last episode of the By The People mini-series, host Ian Millhiser talks with legal scholar Pam Karlan about how the Supreme Court has harmed our democracy in the recent past, and what it's likely to do to voting rights in the future. Then he speaks with Supreme Court journalist Mark Joseph Stern about court-packing and other possible ways to reform the Court.


Pam Karlan, Professor of Public Interest Law at Stanford Law School 

Mark Joseph Stern, Staff Writer at Slate


Ian Millhiser (@imillhiser), Senior Correspondent, Vox


Producer/Editor: Jackson Bierfeldt

Editor: Elbert Ventura

Executive Producer: Liz Nelson

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