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    Ruth Bader Ginsburg ↠ 0 Read characters Ú PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ↠ Ruth Bader Ginsburg Read & Download My Own Words I listened to this in October 2019 Today I’ve changed my rating from 4 to 5 stars Rest In peace RBGI knew before I started to listen to My Own Words that it was not going to be the same as “in my own words” that it was not goi

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    Ruth Bader Ginsburg ↠ 0 Read characters Ú PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ↠ Ruth Bader Ginsburg [My Own Words] EBOOK / KINDLE I can't believe I'm going to say this but I'm kind of disappointed I don't think I'm going to rate it at all because my disappointment primarily stems from the fact that I expected this to be an actual memoir when it's really a collection of

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    Read & Download My Own Words Ruth Bader Ginsburg ↠ 0 Read [My Own Words] EBOOK / KINDLE Reposting on the passing of a legend You will be missed RBGBiographies of strong women are greatly appealing to me which led me to acuire and commence this book by Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg supported and likely guided by Mary Hartnett and Wendy W Williams It was only after I began reading that I realised that I was again not receiving a memoir or biography but a compendium of thoughts and reflections by a female Justi

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    [My Own Words] EBOOK / KINDLE Read & Download My Own Words I heard an interview with Justice Ginsburg about her new book Justice Ginsburg stated it was a collection of her writings and speeches since she was in the eighth grade I have read a great deal by and about Justice Ginsburg over the years so was familiar with most of the material presented Mary Hartnett and Wendy Williams of the Georgetown Law Center are writing Ginsburg’s official biography which will not be

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    [My Own Words] EBOOK / KINDLE Ruth Bader Ginsburg ↠ 0 Read The Interpretation of Justice She has been called notorious controversial scandalous contentious recently said to have lost her mind uote from an empty headed jack o' lanternbut that's ok such attributes have made her an effective trailblazer and pathmaker in her judicial career For the words from a petite 5' 1 female fram

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    [My Own Words] EBOOK / KINDLE Before you start throwing things at me for giving this book such a low rating let me make one thing very clear The two stars are no reflection on Ruth Bader Ginsburg's writings or thoughts If there was any reason I devoured this book it is because I uickly became a fan of RBG when reading about her broad minded

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    Read & Download My Own Words [My Own Words] EBOOK / KINDLE Ruth Bader Ginsburg ↠ 0 Read A collection of Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s essays and speeches writings from her childhood a glimpse of her life through eighty plus years including those of her as a young woman the love she and her husband Marty share and the various paths she followed in order to arrive at the place she has landed I wanted to rea

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    [My Own Words] EBOOK / KINDLE In My Own Words was a wonderful and comprehensive book by Ruth Bader Ginsburg published in 2016 While I do not normally listen to audiobooks thi

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    [My Own Words] EBOOK / KINDLE Ruth Bader Ginsburg ↠ 0 Read characters Ú PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ↠ Ruth Bader Ginsburg It's not an exaggeration to say that I fear the death of Ruth Bader Ginsburg than I do nuclear war I feel like the country could possibly recover from the latter but I'm really not sure about the former This says a

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    [My Own Words] EBOOK / KINDLE I didn’t know anything about Ruth Bader Ginsburg before starting this book Other than at some point in my youth she miraculously appeared on the Supreme Court like some kind of judicial immaculate conception All this is to say that for me she was not an icon she was not anyone I could associate any particular words le

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  • Hardcover
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  • My Own Words
  • Ruth Bader Ginsburg
  • en
  • 07 May 2020
  • 9781501145247

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characters Ú PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ↠ Ruth Bader Ginsburg My Own Words Read & Download ñ 100 Ruth Bader Ginsburg ↠ 0 Read 13 hours 18 minutes The first book from Ruth Bader Ginsburg since becoming a Supreme Court Justice in 1993 a witty engaging serious and playful collection of writings and speeches from the woman who has had a powerful and enduring influence on law women’s rights and popular culture My Own Words offers Justice Ginsburg on wide ranging topics. Reposting on the passing of a legend You will be missed RBGBiographies of strong women are greatly appealing to me which led me to acuire and commence this book by Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg supported and likely guided by Mary Hartnett and Wendy W Williams It was only after I began reading that I realised that I was again not receiving a memoir or biography but a compendium of thoughts and reflections by a female Justice of the US Supreme Court known in the vernacular as the Notorious RBG The reader attentive to my reviews will likely shake a shameful finger at me for not checking ahead of time as I fell into the same pit when I tried a recently read by Justice Sandra Day O Connor Still in pushing through this collection by Justice Ginsburg I found myself pleasantly surprised and felt that these entries did provide a biographical account of her life as well as some key moments in her judicial career Hartnett and Williams did a masterful job of pulling things together and have as is pledged in the preface commenced work on an actual biography of Justice Ginsburg A great piece to complement my earlier read of the aforementioned Justice O Connor book which provides strong arguments for euality and gender parity in America as well as showing how legal matters are a uintessential part of the everyday lives of whose who live in democratic countries Curious and legal minded readers will likely enjoy this piece as they take Justice Ginsburg s own words to portray the state of American and world jurisprudence into accountBorn to a Jewish family in Brooklyn Ruth Bader became highly interested in the law at an early age or perhaps the idea of euality watching news of the Second World War fill headlines on a daily basis The book offers a brief biographical background before presenting some public school publications the precocious Bader prepared discussing the importance of the Rule of Law and how it promotes euality for all Moving onto university and into law school Bader who would marry and become Ginsburg showed her aptitude not only for euality but promoted the idea of sex and gender parity in the United States Attending law school at a time when she was still in the significant minority both for her being a woman and Jewish Ginsburg forged onwards and left with no job offers even though she achieved high marks and showed great promise Serving as an academic Ginsburg fought tirelessly to put women on the map and promoted their eual protection under the law as guaranteed in the US Constitution s Fourteenth Amendment though she was sometimes forced to wage war against the Almighty Congress and its many laws Hartnell and Williams exemplify Ginsburg s views in many speeches and summaries of key cases she fought some reaching the Supreme Court while never giving up in her attempt to push for complete euality amongst those who sought remedy When elevated to the US Court of Appeal for the DC Circuit Ginsburg took a different approach defending the rights rather than advocating for them in numerous decisions and dissents from the bench It was here that she met and fostered an early friendship with Judge Antonin Scalia Nino who may have been diametrically opposed to her ideological stance but respected her a great deal Their friendship continued through the years and the ideological clash resumed when Ginsburg became a Supreme Court Justice in 1993 The authors show how Ginsburg supports the varied sentiments of Justices on the Court but remains firm of the collegial nature of the nine on a daily basis Dipping into the appointment process to become a Justice of the Court Ginsburg recounts the nervousness she felt and the smooth sailing she received at the hands of the Senate Judiciary Committee Once on the bench she began the role as junior Justice guided by Justice O Connor who had paved the way for much success and injected that fresh perspective on the bench and in chambers From there Ginsburg schools the reader on some of the many uirks of the Court including its procedures and its place in the larger international realm of judicial interpretation Ginsburg does not seek to knife anyone in the back but she does not deny the ideological divisions on the Court throughout her tenure that have pushed interpretations in many directions including in the areas of abortion affirmative action campaign spending and healthcare The latter portion of the book focusses on some key dissenting opinions particularly since the Roberts Court came to fruition and she Ginsburg became the senior liberal justice Ideal for those who want a sneak peek into what might be to come in the biography Hartnett and Williams provide the reader with a highly comprehensive piece that offers a wonderful examination of the life and legal thoughts of Justice Ruth Bader GinsburgI feel that I can justify this piece as part of the biography marathon I am undertaking as there is a degree of wholeness to its narrative Using speeches and comments made directly by the Justice Hartnett and Williams paint the most honest and comprehensive view of the legal flavour of Ginsburg s thought processes While it is impossible to offer a complete view the cross section on offer and the variety of topics provide the reader with a great insight into this most interesting woman However as some others have brought to my attention while the book is well constructed repetition occurs and proves somewhat of a thorn in the side of effective flow Speeches from an early chapter prove to have the same ideas and uotes embedded in later narratives Some cases receive the same stress throughout the book leaving the reader to ponder skimming to get to new and meatier subjects That said the impact is felt and the overall presentation is thoroughly captivating and sound in its foundational approachWhile I do not usually do this I could not deny myself the right to comment on the different formats of the book I listened to the audio version and thoroughly enjoyed it What added to the experience was that the speeches and actual verbal delivery moments were captured where possible within the recording Justice Ginsburg speaking to a group delivering a dissent or even offering a bench opinion These real life moments thickened the delivery and made it all the powerful I suspect that simply reading them on the written page might lessen the impact or leave the reader feeling out of touch with the delivery The book is called MY OWN WORDS so why not capture that by listening and hearing them as they came to passKudos Madams Hartnett and Williams alongside Justice Ginsburg herself for this insightful piece I cannot wait for the full biography to see of your sentiments Recent clashes with certain candidates and eventual victors will certainly add spice and flavour to what you have already saidLikehate the review An ever growing collection of others appears at

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characters Ú PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ↠ Ruth Bader Ginsburg My Own Words Read & Download ñ 100 Ruth Bader Ginsburg ↠ 0 Read Authorized biographers Mary Hartnett and Wendy W Williams Justice Ginsburg has written an introduction to the book and Hartnett and Williams introduce each chapter giving biographical context and uotes gleaned from hundreds of interviews they have conducted This is a fascinating glimpse into the life of one of America’s most influential wom. A collection of Ruth Bader Ginsburg s essays and speeches writings from her childhood a glimpse of her life through eighty plus years including those of her as a young woman the love she and her husband Marty share and the various paths she followed in order to arrive at the place she has landed I wanted to read this originally but when my friend Angela reviewed this as an audio I was intrigued And while this is only in part narrated by Ginsburg herself which were admittedly my favourite parts this is all worth reading listening to but I especially loved hearing her speak about her life I m not going into the details since Angela reviewed this so beautifully instead please check out her review

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characters Ú PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ↠ Ruth Bader Ginsburg My Own Words Read & Download ñ 100 Ruth Bader Ginsburg ↠ 0 Read Including gender euality the workways of the Supreme Court being Jewish law and lawyers in opera and the value of looking beyond US shores when interpreting the US Constitution Throughout her life Justice Ginsburg has been and continues to be a prolific writer and public speaker This book’s sampling is selected by Justice Ginsburg and her. I heard an interview with Justice Ginsburg about her new book Justice Ginsburg stated it was a collection of her writings and speeches since she was in the eighth grade I have read a great deal by and about Justice Ginsburg over the years so was familiar with most of the material presented Mary Hartnett and Wendy Williams of the Georgetown Law Center are writing Ginsburg s official biography which will not be released until after she leaves the Court They wrote the opening introduction and an introduction to each chapter which including some of the materials they acuired from interviews while preparing the biography This provides a bit informative insights to the bookGinsburg discussed her relationship with Sandra Day O Connor She says O Connor told her to waste no time on anger regret or resentment just get the job done She says that Antonin Scalia told her to learn to attack ideas not people In reviewing her papers Ginsburg was an appellate attorney who specialized in gender euality and was a law professorShe also talks about being Jewish and her enjoyment of the opera She discusses of course gender euality and various topics all the way to how the Supreme Court works She says she was happy she has lived long enough to see that half the students today in law school are women and 13 of the Federal Judges are women As a history buff I found it most interesting that she devoted considerable time discussing the history of the women pioneers in law as well as the wives of some of the Supreme Court Justices This is a worthwhile read This book works great in audio format as we can listen to Justice Ginsburg give her speechesI read this as an audiobook downloaded from Audible Linda Lavin does a good job narrating the book Lavin is an award winning Broadway singeractress and audiobook narrator