• June 18, 1987 | In Search of the Constitution
    In interviews with experts and ordinary citizens, Bill Moyers explores the constitutional implications of workplace drug-testing, computer privacy, and executive power.
  • June 11, 1987
    When ordinary citizens defend their constitutional rights.
  • June 4, 1987 | In Search of the Constitution
    In her first televised interview, Sandra Day O'Connor talks to Bill Moyers about her journey from a Texas cattle ranch to the Supreme Court and her views on abortion.
  • May 28, 1987 | In Search of the Constitution
    Bill Moyers speaks with Attorney General Edwin Meese and federal judge Robert Bork, two outspoken strict constructionists, about judicial restraint and original intent.
  • May 21, 1987 | In Search of the Constitution
    Religious historians Martin E. Marty and Leonard Levy speak with Bill Moyers and offer their views on the separation of church and state in America.
  • May 7, 1987 | In Search of the Constitution
    Associate Justice William J. Brennan explains how the Supreme Court wrangles with abstract concepts such as dignity, privacy, and cruel and unusual punishment.
  • April 16, 1987 | In Search of the Constitution
    Bill Moyers has a detailed discussion with Supreme Court Justice Harry Blackmun about his career and decisions.
  • August 6, 1986 | Bill Moyers Commentaries
    Moyers considers legalized, controlled drug use as an alternative to criminalization.
  • August 4, 1986 | Bill Moyers Commentaries
    Bill Moyers considers William Rehnquist as Supreme Court Chief Justice, including his pro-segregation history.
  • April 25, 1984
    Bill Moyers, Ossie Davis and Ruby Dee tell the story of how the New Deal, World War II, and postwar social changes set the stage for a long-awaited and hard-fought legal assault on segregation.