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March 26, 2007


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I have always been a great admirer of this Justice, it is nice to see someone taking the time to chronicle his work. Good Job.

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Justice Blackmun had a mathematics background. Interesting that he found law as his path of life, roe was quite a turning point in our lifetimes.

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