Civics 101: The Supreme Court & Dred Scott v Sandford

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The Supreme Court is considered by some to be the most powerful branch of US government. So what happens when the Court gets it wrong?  This two-part special from New Hampshire Public Media looks at the role of the judicial branch and what has come to be known simply as the Dred Scott case, which was decided 165 years ago this month. 

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