Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor, for the hour. She discusses her path to the Supreme Court - her childhood in the South Bronx, receiving a diagnosis of Type I diabetes at 7, the death of her father the following year, the influence of her mother, her undergraduate years at Princeton and, later, Yale Law School. She talks about her years as a prosecutor, a corporate litigator, a district court judge, and her appointments to the Court of Appeals and, finally, the Supreme Court in 2009. Her new memoir is called, "My Beloved World."
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