Two Bronze Doors

Sarah and David reach peak AO and fulfill their promise of delivering something stratospherically nerdy. Judge Charles Eskridge for the Southern District of Texas has written a 56-page history of the Supreme Court building… and specifically its 17-foot, 13-ton bronze doors. Judge Eskridge tells the story depicted on the door’s eight panels and what it says about our history of ordered liberty.

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Show Notes:

“We’ll Be Back” performed by Judge Eskridge and Judge Elrod

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