My Own Words

By Ruth Bader Ginsburg, with Mary Hartnett and Wendy Williams, Simon & Schuster, 395 pages, $30

, New York Law Journal


Since the passage of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, no one has done more to revolutionize the status of women than Ruth Bader Ginsburg. In her new autobiography, Ginsburg describes her Brooklyn roots and the daughter, student, wife, mother, law professor, author, civil rights advocate, and federal judge who created equal opportunity for women and seemingly broke every barrier.

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