In 1979, Obama began attending Occidental College in Los Angeles. It was here that in 1981 he first made his appearance in the public eye giving a speech, stating that his college should not invest in South Africa and, instead, should support the abolishment of apartheid in South Africa. In 1981 he transferred to Columbia University in New York City. He majored in political science.
Garland is considered a judicial moderate and a centrist .  Garland has been described by Nina Totenberg and Carrie Johnson of NPR as "a moderate liberal, with a definite pro-prosecution bent in criminal cases".  Tom Goldstein , the publisher of SCOTUSblog , wrote in 2010 that "Judge Garland's record demonstrates that he is essentially the model, neutral judge. He is acknowledged by all to be brilliant. His opinions avoid unnecessary, sweeping pronouncements."  Garland has a reputation for collegiality, and his opinions rarely draw a dissent.  Likewise, Garland has only written fifteen dissents in his two decades on the court.  For comparison, Judge Brett Kavanaugh has written seventeen dissents in the past decade. 
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(5) Islamic class at SD Besuki : Obama mentions ( Audacity , p. 154) that at Besuki, "the teacher wrote to tell my mother that I made faces during Koranic studies." Only Muslim students attended the weekly two-hour Koran class, Watson reports:
Remnick attempts here to illustrate Obama’s maturity on matters racial. In the process, however, he suggests one explanation for how Obama got into Harvard and how he became an editor of the Harvard Law Review (HLR). Wrote Obama to the Harvard Law Record:
Barack published his autobiography, Dreams From My Father: A Story of Race and Inheritance, in 1995. It has been printed in 10 languages. An audiobook version, which he narrated, received a Grammy Award for best spoken-word album.