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PRODUCTION
Brian Brunius, Producer
Antonia Konkoly, Production Assistant
Philippe Knab, Production Assistant
Christine McKenna, Interactive Producer
Jennifer Hallam, Production Advisor
Brian Pritchett, Production Assistance

DESIGN
Carlos Pisco, Lead Designer
Stephanie Liu, Designer
Shannon Palmer, Designer
Larry Voigtsberger, Designer
Ying Zhou-Hudson, Production Artist

TECHNICAL STAFF
Brian Lee, Technical Director
Brian Santalone, HTML Implementation

WRITERS
Jeffrey Rosen
Alex McBride
John Fox
Toni Konkoly

ADVISORS
Joe Kobylka, Ph.D., Altshuler Distinguished Teaching Professor, Associate Professor of Political Science, Southern Methodist University

R. Kent Newmyer, Ph.D., Professor of Law and History, University of Connecticut School of Law

Sandra VanBurkleo, Ph.D., Associate Professor of History and Adjunct Professor of Law, Wayne State University

Amy Wallace, J.D., Consultant

Photo of the Supreme Court building exterior

SPECIAL THANKS to Kathryn Kolbert of Justice Learning for her conception of the Deciding the Future interactive game.

PHOTO CREDITS
The majority of the images on this site are from the collections of the Library of Congress, The National Archives, the Supreme Court Historical Society, and the Office of the Supreme Court Curator. Additional images have been provided by:

Smithsonian Institute
University of Georgia Archives
Georgia Historical Society
University of Pennsylvania
Gettysburg College Library
Wenatchee Valley Museum & Cultural Center
U.S. Naval Historical Center

ABOUT THIRTEEN ONLINE
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