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_creationDate   October 26, 2020 11:56:39 PM
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_fullText   {{Item |author=Newsday editorial board |source=Newsday |date=October 17, 2020 |url=https://www.newsday.com/opinion/editorial/donald-trump-scotus-supreme-court-nominee-amy-coney-barrett-fill-the-seat-1.50039429 |quote=Clearly, Barrett is deeply conservative and despite her vow to keep her personal vi ...
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Author   Newsday editorial board
Source   Newsday
Date   October 17, 2020
URL   https://www.newsday.com/opinion/editorial/donald-trump-scotus-supreme-court-nominee-amy-coney-barrett-fill-the-seat-1.50039429
Quote   Clearly, Barrett is deeply conservative and despite her vow to keep her personal views apart from her analysis of cases, it’s more than likely she will work to eviscerate the legal underpinnings of these landmark civil rights cases. To do so would undercut the legitimacy and credibility of the court, which must mirror public opinion and not swing extremely in any one direction.
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Court's legitimacy in the balance by Newsday editorial board (Newsday, October 17, 2020) (view)

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Topic   Amy Coney Barrett Supreme Court nomination
Position_fragment   Barrett should be confirmed
Position   Amy Coney Barrett Supreme Court nomination / Barrett should be confirmed
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Barrett should be confirmed

Stance   against