Episode Detail: Thomas C. Clark - Speaking Freely
A revealing insight into the mind of a leading American jurist, Thomas C. Clark, who served on the Supreme Court from 1949-67. Clark discusses his relationship with President Truman, his role in World War II Japanese relocation centers, the Pentagon papers, the U.S. court system, and his son Ramsey, who followed in his father's footsteps by becoming Attorney General in 1967 (Tom Clark served from 1945-49). Taped in summer 1971. Host: Edwin Newman.