Justice for women

Shannon, Elaine
October 1993
Vogue;Oct93, Vol. 183 Issue 10, p392
Profiles Ruth Bader Ginsburg, the one hundred seventh justice of the United States Supreme Court. Participation in the Senate Judiciary Committee; Membership in the American Bar Association (ABA); Educational background; Activities in the feminist movement; Role in persuading the Supreme court to prove unconstitutional a statute favoring men over women; Biographical information; More.


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