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Cost of the Bork nomination's defeat in 1987 may have been shield for States on High Court.

AUG 12, 1991 1:00am ET

WASHINGTON -- Former federal Judge Robert H. Bork, whose nomination to the Supreme Court failed in the Senate four years ago, might well have been a staunch defender of state autonomy had he reached...

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