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Ruth Bader Ginsburg is an American Hero: She's staying put-and has some choice words for young feminists #feminists #feminism

Ruth Bader Ginsburg is an American Hero: She's staying put-and has some choice words for young feminists #feminists #feminism

<b>December, 1953</b> Studio photograph of Ruth Bader, taken in Dec. 1953 when she was a Senior at Cornell University.

<b>December, 1953</b> Studio photograph of Ruth Bader, taken in Dec. 1953 when she was a Senior at Cornell University.

"A young Justice Ginsburg!   Ruth Bader Ginsburg offered a grim assessment of the judicial confirmations process. If she were nominated to the Supreme Court today, her background as a civil rights attorney would likely prevent her from being confirmed."

"A young Justice Ginsburg! Ruth Bader Ginsburg offered a grim assessment of the judicial confirmations process. If she were nominated to the Supreme Court today, her background as a civil rights attorney would likely prevent her from being confirmed."

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Slide Show: Ruth Bader Ginsburg Through the Years - The New Yorker #Herstory
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<b>1948</b> Ruth Bader delivers a sermon as camp Rabbi at the age of 15, at Che-Na-Wah camp in Minerva, N.Y.

<b>1948</b> Ruth Bader delivers a sermon as camp Rabbi at the age of 15, at Che-Na-Wah camp in Minerva, N.Y.

<b>1972</b> Ruth Bader Ginsburg with her husband Martin at the Greenbrier resort in White Sulphur Springs, W.V.

<b>1972</b> Ruth Bader Ginsburg with her husband Martin at the Greenbrier resort in White Sulphur Springs, W.V.

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Ruth Ginsburg ~  In an interview in 2012 she suggested that if she were to draft a new constitution she would look to S. Africa as a model ~ She said the U.S. was fortunate to have a constitution authored by "very wise" men but pointed out that in the 1780s, no women were able to participate in the process and slavery still existed.

Ruth Ginsburg ~ In an interview in 2012 she suggested that if she were to draft a new constitution she would look to S. Africa as a model ~ She said the U.S. was fortunate to have a constitution authored by "very wise" men but pointed out that in the 1780s, no women were able to participate in the process and slavery still existed.

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