Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg called for a return to civil discourse at a Stanford University talk on how to live a “meaningful life.”
Invoking a favorite expression of her late friend and ideological opposite, Antonin Scalia, Ginsburg said Washington, D.C., needs to “get over it.”
“I wish there were a way I could wave a magic wand and put it back when people were respectful of each other, and (government) was working for the good of the country, and not just along party lines,” Ginsburg said.
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