Ruth Bader Ginsburg

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Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, an advocate for civil rights, has often said while in the face of adversity, “Fight for the things you care about but do so in a way that will lead others to join you” (Alter). Ambitious as she is, her inaccurate depiction in the media contributes to her difficulty in pursuing this ideal. This misrepresentation attempts to both discredit and disregard her personality and accomplishments. Throughout her life, however, Ginsburg experienced far greater calamities than her perception in the media including significant events involving her upbringing. These hardships, while contributing to her anguish, led her to develop advances in character which later allowed her to pursue her beliefs and encourage
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