Judge Not

Sullivan, Andrew
October 2000
New Republic;10/23/2000, Vol. 223 Issue 17, p8
Comments on the candidates for the U.S. Supreme Court justices of the presidential candidates, Al Gore and George W. Bush. Views of the author on Bush's endorsement for Antonin Scalia; Efforts of Bush to try to reverse the Roe v. Wade decision; Possible nominees of both presidential candidates; Defense of the Bush court about abortion rights; Temperament of Bush; Opinion of the author about the possible nominee of Bush.


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