Justice Scalia has spoken on what makes an American. Scalia gave a speech where he talked about the hard work and dedication of Italian immigrants in the 18th century. They had a love of family and a love of church as well. They also loved the simple things in human existence like good food and good music.
- He is very proud be of Italian heritage
- Describes what it really means to be an American
- Describes that with hard work and determination , the possibilities are endless in America
“With Columbus Day just around the corner, I figured that I’d highlight the opening speech in the collection: Justice Scalia’s speech to the National Italian American Foundation in October 1986—just one month after he became the first Italian-American Supreme Court justice.”