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  • During his confirmation hearings, Bork stated this simple but profound thought: "Our constitutional structure is the most important thing this nation has, and I would like to help maintain it and to be remembered for that."

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  • "In America, 'the rich' are overwhelmingly people -- entrepreneurs, small businessmen, corporate executives, doctors, lawyers, etc. -- who have gained their higher incomes through intelligence, imagination and hard work," the late Robert Bork once pointed out.

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