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Ruth Bader Ginsberg said the US should “start over” on the ERA. The justice angered some activists with her suggestion that there are too many potential pitfalls in adopting the Equal Rights Amendment as currently written.

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  • Ruth Bader Ginsburg spoke at an event about the Equal Rights Amendment this week and explained her concerns about possible future obstacles. The clause has struggled for a century and was the subject of a vote in the House today. Here is what she said at the event—I was there—and why she upset some feminists

    Ruth Bader Ginsburg spoke at an event about the Equal Rights Amendment this week and explained her concerns about possible future obstacles. The clause has struggled for a century and was the subject of a vote in the House today. Here is what she said at the event—I was there—and why she upset some feminists, despite her impeccable credentials as an advocate for women's advancement. (To me it sounds like critics misunderstood or were making much ado about nothing).