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How Ruth Bader Ginsburg interpreted the Constitution

CBS News Saturday, 19 September 2020
In 2008 Ginsburg told Lesley Stahl, “the genius of the United States is that, over, now, the course of more than two centuries, the notion of "we the people" has become ever larger.”
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