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The US will be the poorer for her when she is no longer with us.
A trailblazer for gender equality, in the era of gender flexibility and gender ambiguity?
Sure. The same principle of "gender-blind" (as in "color blind", "creed bind") embraces all - the essence of the meaning of "equality".
Otherwise it is "cherry-picking" "equality", which, needless to say, is not equality, unless equality does not mean equality.
When you've been sitting on a killer eulogy but the person hasn't died yet...
Fairness - so important to establish and sustain harmony in our environment
I respect her for her intellect, humanity, ability to cry in operas.
Above all, a principled jurist, a towering USSC Associate Justice, and a loving wife to her husband.
There are, of course, those, who, in 2018, still have the brain of a gnat to mock her as a Jew. Those are so-called "Americans"
Thanks, S.M., for a succinct summary of Ruth Ginsburg's achievements.