In Focus: O’Connor Sons

Justice Sandra Day O’Connor was one of the most influential women in American history. The first woman nominated to the Supreme Court, O’Connor oversaw some of the High Court’s most important decisions. Now, she has stepped away from public life after a diagnosis of dementia. Ted Simons sits down with her sons, Brian and Scott, to talk about their mother, her influence on them, what it was like having such an important figure as a mother, and how she is doing now.

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