Ruth Bader Ginsburg: Supreme Court Justice
The life and career of the second female United States Supreme Court Justice are examined in this biography. Described in detail is her struggle to attain her law degree as well as her continuous fight for women's equality under the law, both as a lawyer and a judge.
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Nomination to the Supreme Court
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