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Description Robert Bork's America, speech by US Senator Ted Kennedy on nomination of Robert Bork to Supreme Court of the United States by President Ronald Reagan
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Source Library of Congress, originally published in Congressional Record, United States Senate, 1 July 1987, pages 18518-18519.
Author US Senator Ted Kennedy
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