Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s groundbreaking accomplishments inspired and endeared her to many. They saw her as paving the way for women to make professional choices based on interest and ability rather than gender, being unafraid to express a dissenting opinion and demonstrating persistence in the face of adversity. We hear from Americans about what Ginsburg meant to them.
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