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Making Democrats Pay a Price for Clinton’s Bad Judicial Picks

Summary by National Review
In my new Confirmation Tales post, I turn to Bill Clinton’s effort to begin filling the 100 lower-court vacancies that he inherited from George H.W. Bush, thanks in large part to Senate Democrats’ unprecedented obstruction of Bush’s nominations. As Clinton pursued his strong commitment to demographic diversity, Senate Republicans were learning to fight judicial nominees on the ground of judicial philosophy.

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