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RBG’s principles vs. the coarse political culture of 2020

Julie Cohen, co-director of the documentary 'RBG,' says Ruth Bader Ginsburg "tried to stand for and symbolize greater principles — the rule of law, civility — things that seem like they've gotten completely lost in the political conversation of 2020."

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