Photo courtesy of Danni Dawson, Collection of the Supreme Court of the United States

The World Affairs Council of Dallas/Fort Worth will present Evan Thomas, who writes about remarkable people making history in remarkable circumstances. His latest book, First: Sandra Day O’Connor, fits perfectly into the traditional American arena of accomplishment.

The United States Supreme Court began as male-only in 1789 and stayed that way for nearly two centuries until Sept. 24, 1981, when O’Connor, President Ronald Reagan’s nominee, was sworn in as an associate justice.

The World Affairs Council of Dallas/Fort Worth will present Evan Thomas, who writes about remarkable people making history in remarkable circumstances. His latest book, First: Sandra Day O’Connor, fits perfectly into the traditional American arena of accomplishment.

The United States Supreme Court began as male-only in 1789 and stayed that way for nearly two centuries until Sept. 24, 1981, when O’Connor, President Ronald Reagan’s nominee, was sworn in as an associate justice.

The World Affairs Council of Dallas/Fort Worth will present Evan Thomas, who writes about remarkable people making history in remarkable circumstances. His latest book, First: Sandra Day O’Connor, fits perfectly into the traditional American arena of accomplishment.

The United States Supreme Court began as male-only in 1789 and stayed that way for nearly two centuries until Sept. 24, 1981, when O’Connor, President Ronald Reagan’s nominee, was sworn in as an associate justice.

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WHERE

Ursuline Academy of Dallas
4900 Walnut Hill Ln.
Dallas, TX 75229
https://www.dfwworld.org/events?cgid=1&ceid=39660&cerid=0&cdt=3%2f27%2f2019&ceid=39660&cerid=0&cdt=3%2f27%2f2019

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