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  • The end of Roe v. Wade is the searing legacy of Trump’s presidency

    The Globe and Mail - 06/27/2022

    “This could be a big, motivating election issue,” said Judith Brown, an emerita professor at Northeastern University Law School who was active in the women’s movement in Massachusetts from the mid-1960s. “They are going to feel the court is dragging this country back to the world that existed in the 1940s and 1950s, where a bunch of aging white men ruled everyone’s lives. That’s their Nirvana and they are working very hard and quite injudiciously taking us backwards. This is a judicial power grab – no respect for precedent, no respect for the idea this is a difficult matter.”

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