Antonin Scalia's Rightful Revolution

How the case of a convicted forensic chemist capped his unlikely alliance with Ruth Bader Ginsburg.

All it takes is one.

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Annie Dookhan’s recent release from a Massachusetts prison has been an occasion for considerable comment, but little has been focused on how her case suggests why liberals might come to miss Justice Antonin Scalia.  Not because Dookhan was innocent -- she wasn’t -- but because she was guilty.

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