The Supreme Court, Post-Election
I agree that the 2016 election has the potential to impact future generations in a way not seen since Richard Nixon appointed four justices after his 1968 election. But I am not so sure that a liberal majority would overturn 'Citizens United' or roll back Second Amendment rights recently recognized by the court, nor am I persuaded that a newly solidified conservative majority would reverse 'Roe v. Wade'.
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