The Washington Post - Nine implications of Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s death
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8. The coming fight will further erode public confidence in the neutrality and independence of the courts.
It is unimaginable now, but Ginsburg was confirmed by the Senate in 1993 on a 96 to 3 vote.
There will probably never again be such a lopsided vote for someone to go on the highest court in the land.
An angry and fragile country is about to become much more so. ...