You Can't Spell Truth Without Ruth by Mary Zaia
Ruth Bader Ginsburg became a Supreme Court Justice in 1993, but her popularity has exploded over the last couple of years as she has been adopted as a modern feminist icon. An octogenarian who had proven that disagreeing does not make one disagreeable, Ginsburg was well-known for her pithy observations as well as her strongly argued dissents. Beloved by many – including her ideological opposition, former Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia, who was her dear friend. Now that she's gone; Ginsburg’s wisdom has never been more relevant or more important to American democracy.
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