Several news profiles in recent days have intimated that Elena Kagan has had her eye on a Supreme Court seat almost since high school, and that her longstanding reticence about taking strong stands on issues may have been calculated to help smooth her path. But that degree of foresight can't have been at work in 1995 when she wrote a review of a book on the sorry state of Supreme Court confirmation hearings.
The law review article Kagan must regret the most
The National Law Journal
May 11, 2010
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