U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg is learning an unwritten rule of high-profile life in the digital age: if you speak publicly often enough, you will eventually say something that makes trouble, ethical or otherwise.

In an extraordinary string of public discussions and interviews in recent months Ginsburg has answered, without apparent hesitation, the kind of questions that justices usually sidestep about abortion, same-sex marriage and even why she fell asleep at the State of the Union address.

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