More Perfect: The Honorable Ruth Bader Ginsberg

Being forward thinkers, our country’s founders were probably controversial for their time. They dared to embark on a social experiment that would yield a new form of government. A democracy designed for people—not special interests or corporations, not religious-based organizations, and not foreign countries. They envisioned a “more perfect union” in which the people would be the sole creators and stewards of not just their government but their own destinies. Since then, the United States has been home to countless remarkable people who’ve had profound impacts on our country—some good, some not so much so. Similarly, organizations have been...

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