Ruth Bader Ginsberg’s death sets up an even bloodier battle for this fall

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Losing the icon of women’s rights is painful. Losing her amid so much death and economic loss from the pandemic; violence, protests, fires and hurricanes; and a deeply divisive presidential campaign is just beyond the limits of grief a country should have to bear. But it gets worse, U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsberg’s death sets up brutal fight in the…

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International relations analyst, writer and professor at the IE School of Global & Public Affairs. www.alanamoceri.com / @alanamoceri.

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International relations analyst, writer and professor at the IE School of Global & Public Affairs. www.alanamoceri.com / @alanamoceri.

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