Sotomayor's Confirmation Hearings to Test GOP

Lovato, Roberto
May 2009
La Prensa San Diego;5/29/2009, Vol. 33 Issue 22, p1
In this article the author discusses the issue concerning the confirmation hearings of Judge Sonia Sotomayor, the first nominee of U.S. President Barack Obama, for the Republican Party. He indicates the need of Sotomayor to consider the hearings as nothing less than trial to identify the capacity of the party in creating restitution for its judicial and political wrongdoings. The author also views on the use of the hearings to make the Republicans redeem themselves for the issue of injustices.


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