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Ninja Supreme Court Justice: Ruth Bader Ginsburg has fun with fame
by Melena Ryzik
The New York Times Translate This Article
9 May 2018
On 9 May 2018 The New York Times reported:
No one knew when, or even how or where, Ruth Bader Ginsburg would pop up. The Supreme Court justice was due at a screening here of 'RBG,' a new documentary chronicling her exemplary life. ... One notion threaded through the documentary is that the diminutive Justice Ginsburg is not the usual vision of authority. Friends and colleagues remark that she is quiet, reserved -- not at all what is traditionally thought of as powerful.
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. . . For Julie Cohen and Betsy West, the directors of 'RBG,' she was, first off, a hard-to-wrangle subject. Each had interviewed her for other projects, but when they approached her about the documentary she told them she wouldn't talk to them for at least two years. She was 82 at the time. . . .
'She just has an unusual degree of confidence for a woman of her era,' Ms. Cohen said. 'There is a way to have a commanding presence even if you're small and quiet, which I think is a good lesson for women.'
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