The case of Bowles v. Russell did not generate headlines at any point in its journey to the Supreme Court. And when it was decided by the high court Thursday, no justice spoke in angry dissent.
But the low-profile case offers as good a glimpse as any into the sharp conservative-liberal divide emerging this term.
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