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Global War Against Women: An endearing retrospective

The Times’s estimable Supreme Court reporter, Adam Liptak, just wrote a lovely dual portrait of Ruth Bayer Ginsburg and Elena Kagan, in which the emphasis was on the generational differences their paths to the Supreme Court had taken. It begins: … Continue reading

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“The Talented Justice Kagan”

On today’s New York Times oped page, Lincoln Caplan writes wonderfully about Supreme Court Justice Elena Kagan. Yes, he praises her intelligence, but what particularly delighted me was his appreciation of Justice Kagan’s writing. He attributes her easy, readable writing … Continue reading

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