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Justice Barrett Rises to Top of Increasingly Conservative Judiciary

NYTimes.com Wednesday, 28 October 2020
The addition of Justice Barrett, at a time when the judicial system has grown increasingly conservative and pro-religion, could reshape the legal landscape for years.
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