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In March 2007, ABC News Supreme Court Correspondent Jan Crawford Greenburg delivered the ninth annual lecture of the Henry J. Abraham Distinguished Lectureship Series. Sponsored by the Thomas Jefferson Center for the Protection of Free Expression, the series was created and funded by the former students of Professor Abraham to honor his outstanding career as teacher and scholar of constitutional law at the Universities of Pennsylvania and Virginia.  Ms. Greenburg spoke on her recently published book, Supreme Conflict: The Inside Story of the Struggle for Control of the United States Supreme Court.

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  1. Jan, are you the child of a man I used to know as Sunny Crawford? He had a sister known as Sissy. Probably they had other names. Sunny looked just like you and I was struck by the similarity. I lived next door to Sunny and Sissy in DC on Klingle Street when their father was in the Service. We became best friends in that year (1947). You remind me of him in both looks and temperment. Diane Hullinger Callahan

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