Members of the Senate Judiciary Committee questioning Elena Kagan on Wednesday frequently found themselves in sharp disagreement with the U.S. Supreme Court nominee, who continued to resist attempts to define her views.

Kagan’s strategy might have alienated at least one committee member, Sen. Arlen Specter, D-Pa., who left open the possibility he might vote against confirmation in protest.

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