Since membership in the U.S. Supreme Court was established by the Judicial Act of 1789, 114 people have served on the Court. Many justices have left their mark on the legal landscape. How many of them argued before the Court before joining it? How many were women? How many of them acquired a nickname that entered the pop culture lexicon? Just one: the Notorious RBG. The life and legacy of Ruth Bader Ginsburg is one that every American can marvel at, not only for her legal acumen, but for her determination.
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