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Ruth Bader Ginsburg and Clarence Thomas Are Officially at War Over Abortion
How do Supreme Court Justices feud? In the footnotes.
What’s It Mean That Supreme Court—and Kavanaugh—Sided With Planned Parenthood?
The new justice voted with liberals in declining to hear a case that could have cut off funding for the group.
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Another Judge, Another Woman, Another Slap in the Face
History repeats itself, but it’s usually a little less blatant than this.
The Case for Impeaching Clarence Thomas
It’s time to reexamine the evidence that Clarence Thomas lied to get onto the Supreme Court — and to talk seriously about impeachment.
The Forgotten Testimonies Against Clarence Thomas
Three women who accused Thomas of inappropriate behavior had interviews quietly entered into the record, without being called to formally testify.
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The Conversation We Should Be Having
Sharing stories isn’t enough to stop another Weinstein.
The Importance of Reading Anita Hill in Her Own Words
Getting extra context from Hill’s 1997 autobiography.
Anita Hill Still Wants More Women in Leadership Positions
“We haven’t even come close in terms of representation to a critical mass.”