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Opinion: ‘RBG’ filmmakers on how Justice Ginsburg wanted to be remembered

Back when a woman could easily be fired for being pregnant; when a wife needed her husband’s permission to get bank credit; and when a married man could not be charged with raping his spouse, a young lawyer had a radical idea. She believed that the US Constitution should treat every American equally, regardless of gender.

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Back when a woman could easily be fired for being pregnant; when a wife needed her husband’s permission to get bank credit; and when a married man could not be charged with raping his spouse, a young lawyer had a radical idea. She believed that the US Constitution should treat every American equally, regardless of gender.

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