George W. Bush's court appointments emphasized ideology over diversity, according to an American University/Oregon State University study.
President Obama has made history with his first pick for the Supreme Court. If confirmed, Sonia Sotomayor will be the first Hispanic justice and the third woman on the high court. What does this appointment mean for the future of the Supreme Court? How will Sotomayor fit into the current dynamics of the nation's highest court? American University experts can provide detailed analysis of the nomination, the history of the Supreme Court, and the role of women and race.
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