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|Buried in the 93 pages of Judge John G. Roberts Jr.'s responses to written questions from members of the Senate Judiciary Committee, released on Wednesday, was a tantalizing discussion of libel law. It provided some clues about how Judge Roberts might rule in cases involving the press should the full Senate approve his nomination to be chief justice of the United States when it votes this week...The critique was vigorous, brilliantly written and informed by a deep hostility toward the press...|
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