Concern over the next president’s impact on the Supreme Court has become so widespread that even Parade magazine’s gossip columnist has taken notice.

In last month’s “Personality Parade,” Walter Scott digressed from his normal fare of celebrity dirt to field a reader question about the most important issue facing the candidates. “None equals in importance the next President’s power to change the complexion of the Supreme Court,” Scott wrote.

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