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Sonia Sotomayor: Sometimes I Wanted To Bash Scalia With a Baseball Bat

Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg saw operas with him. Justice Elena Kagan went hunting with him. Justice Stephen Breyer traded playful barbs with him. But one liberal justice never fully succumbed to Antonin Scalia’s charm: Sonia Sotomayor. During arguments, Sotomayor often watched Scalia with a leery gaze, as though she were dreading the next trolly statement to leave his mouth.
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