Ginsburg attended both Harvard and Columbia law schools. She became known for her soft-spoken demeanor that masked an analytical mind, a deep concern for the rights of every American and a commitment to upholding the Constitution. One was to be a lady, and the other was to be independent. Ruth received some advice from her future mother-in-law that she repeated countless times. In this Oct. At 87, Ginsburg is the oldest member of the court.
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Supreme Court on Wednesday and Thursday, a final visit to the high court she served for 27 years. In the United States v. Charles Case. She was a crucial vote on the current court to keep Roe v. Even though she had doubts about the way the monumental case was decided, she was in no doubt about women's right to choose. Randall Kessler, a family law and trial lawyer in Atlanta, says Ginsburg was an indispensable brick in the legal wall that has protected Roe v.
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The son of Lebanese immigrants to the United States, Nader was educated at Princeton and Harvard and first came to prominence in with the publication of the bestselling book Unsafe at Any Speed , a critique of the safety record of American automobile manufacturers that became known as one of the most important journalistic pieces of the 20th century. Following the publication of Unsafe at Any Speed , Nader led a group of volunteer law students — dubbed "Nader's Raiders" — in a groundbreaking investigation of the Federal Trade Commission, leading directly to that agency's overhaul and reform. In the s, Nader leveraged his growing popularity to establish a number of advocacy and watchdog groups including the Public Interest Research Group , the Center for Auto Safety , and Public Citizen.
She was appointed by President Jimmy Carter to the U. The second daughter of Nathan and Celia Bader, she grew up in a low-income, working-class neighborhood in Brooklyn. Ginsburg's mother, who was a major influence in her life, taught her the value of independence and a good education. Celia herself did not attend college, but instead worked in a garment factory to help pay for her brother's college education, an act of selflessness that forever impressed Ginsburg.