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Surname 1NameProfessorCourseDateSupreme Court Justice GinsbergFor most of the documented history, the official leadership positions in America has beenoccupied by men. However, the women have been noted to hold a rising proportion in the spotsof leadership.For women to rise in the position of leadership, they need an advocate to fight fortheir equality as well as for their justice. Women also have rights since they are human andbasing an argument on the international level, and a lot has been done to eliminate theinequalities of not treating women rights as human rights. According to Klein (45), Ruth BaderGinsburg has played a vital role in advocating for women rights by fighting against genderdiscrimination.Ruth Ginsburg has built her entire career on her endless fights to fight forwomen rights. This written reflection aims at analyzing the life of justice Ginsberg by taking alook at her work in the united states and how she has fought for the rights of women for a vastperiod. The article as well aims at discussing her job as a Supreme Court Justice in America.To get a better understanding of Justice Ginsberg, it is optimal first to know who she isand what the profound women leader stands for. The thoughtful women leader was born in theyear 1933 on March third in Brooklyn New York. Before becoming a dependable courtroomadvocate, she graduated from the Columbia Law School. Her advocacy was a fight againstgender bias and was working with the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) Women’s RightsProject before being selected as an advocate in the court of Appeal in 1980.Her fight against
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Supreme Court of the United States, Stephen Breyer, Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of the United States, Antonin Scalia, Clarence Thomas

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