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Opinion: History suggests Barrett won’t help Trump with women

Amy Coney Barrett’s appointment to replace Ruth Bader Ginsburg on the Supreme Court goes to the heart of the question of what feminism actually is. Is supporting the promotion of women inherently feminist? One of Ginsburg’s best-known quotes came from an interview in 2015 when she asserted, “People ask me sometimes, when—when do you think it will it be enough? When will there be enough women on the (Supreme) Court? And my answer is when there are nine.”

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Amy Coney Barrett’s appointment to replace Ruth Bader Ginsburg on the Supreme Court goes to the heart of the question of what feminism actually is. Is supporting the promotion of women inherently feminist? One of Ginsburg’s best-known quotes came from an interview in 2015 when she asserted, “People ask me sometimes, when—when do you think it will it be enough? When will there be enough women on the (Supreme) Court? And my answer is when there are nine.”

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