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One hand clapping: the choice of Ruth Bader Ginsburg was greeted with little fanfare, but advertisers may eventually cheer her selection to the Supreme Court By Alan Pell Crawfor

She was--or so Time claimed--a 20-

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But there is reason to believe that the Supreme Court’s next Associate Justice deserves a heartier reception–at least from the advertising community. True, she has no record on commercial speech cases. Her writings and lectures don’t provide much in the way of insight, either.
A specialist in the arcane lore of comparative law, Ginsburg has been a cautious jurist, distinguished chiefly for prudent judgment and drab decency.

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