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Ruth Bader Ginsburg's Life Lessons

Jan 08, 2015 |
Video by The Atlantic

As the co-founder of the ACLU's Women's Rights Project, Ruth Bader Ginsburg dismantled numerous laws that limited women's rights. In this interview conducted by Ryan Park, a former Supreme Court clerk who became a stay-at-home father, Justice Ginsburg talks about those groundbreaking gender-equality cases, as well as what she has learned about marriage, family, and work-life balance. "I felt each part of my life gave me respite from the other," she explains. "I think I had better balance, better sense of proportions of what matters."

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