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The Great Works at the Acton Institute Open House

Thursday, November 4, 4pm - 8pm

Overview

In July 2018, Brett Kavanaugh was nominated to the Supreme Court. While it was clear he wouldn’t be confirmed without a fight, the ferocious campaign to discredit him eclipsed even the Bork hearings. Nevertheless, the embattled nominee emerged victorious and was narrowly confirmed an Associate Justice in October.

So what can we learn from the history of our highest court and this recent episode? How will this shape the way future vacancies are filled? Is it possible to prevent a replay of the Kavanaugh debacle? Based on her insider access to more than a hundred key figures in the Kavanaugh saga, Carrie Severino covers this and more.