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One regularly repeated refrain in the battle over judicial confirmations to U.S. Courts of Appeals is that those judges have the ability to implement their personal views of what the law should be, and that those views should therefore be ascertained and considered during the confirmation process. The extent to which federal appellate judges actually do exercise that ability is a question that can be debated endlessly but whose answer can never be definitively known.

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