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Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson

What we learned about hierarchy, station, and caste in America.

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Despite having extraordinary credentials, Judge Jackson was as polite as a young school girl visiting her new classroom for the first time. She said thank you at every opportunity instead of saying what she really thought about a rude or ignorant question. Clearly she already had a mastery in handling difficult situations. A Harvard Law graduate, clerk…

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