Vox – Ginsburg saw President Franklin Roosevelt lift America out of the Great Depression. She saw Nazism crushed and she saw Jim Crow laws curbed. She saw her mother, alive with talent but unable to use it in a sexist age, and she swore to free women from that existence. And then she did it.

Justice Ginsburg died an optimist because she’d seen the impossible happen. She made much of it happen herself.

May the memory of that age of optimism be a blessing.

Learn how important Ruth Bader Ginsburg was and is to America at Vox.

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