Christina Boyd

Political Scientist, Washington University

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PhD candidate in Political Science Washington University in St. Louis, Missouri

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When retiring Supreme Court Justice  Sandra Day O'Connor  heard she would be replaced by  John Roberts , she deemed him "good in every way except that he's not a woman."

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When retiring Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O'Connor heard she would be replaced by John Roberts , she deemed him "good in every way except that he's not a woman."

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