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Ruth Bader Ginsburg Has Some Great Advice For Dealing With Rude Comments

Ruth Bader Ginsburg won’t listen to nasty comments. The 83-year-old Supreme Court justice said her mother-in-law gave her some sound advice on her wedding day. “In every good marriage, it helps sometimes to be a little deaf,” Ginsburg wrote of the guidance in a Saturday essay in The New York Times that was adapted from a forthcoming book. “I have followed that advice assiduously, and not only at home through 56 years of a marital partnership nonpareil.
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