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This Day in Liberal Judicial Activism—November 13



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1980—Days after Ronald Reagan has defeated Jimmy Carter in his bid for re-election and after Republicans have won control of the incoming Senate, President Carter nominates Stephen G. Breyer, then serving as chief counsel to Teddy Kennedy on the Senate Judiciary Committee, to a newly created seat on the First Circuit.  Less than four weeks later, the Senate confirms Breyer’s nomination.


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