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The Kagan nomination, May 13



  • Kagan's clerkship with Thurgood Marshall, but Professor Charles Ogletree distances Kagan from that experience. [NYT]
  • Kagan's memos for Clinton were allegedly largely centrist, but the White House distances Kagan from those memos. [WSJ]
  • Kagan meets with senators, but distances herself from her law review article about judicial confirmations. [NYT]
  • As a child, Kagan distanced herself from inegalitarian aspects of Orthodox Judaism. [NYT]
  • RNC attacks Kagan for endorsing Marshall criticism of Constitution, and two Republican senators distance themselves from that attack. [The Hill]

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Manhattan Institute
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