To view the full text that this blog is based on, click here: Feminine Style and Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s Rhetoric
This source provides a deeper explanation of feminist rhetoric.
Angelina Grimké By the National Women’s History Museum
This webpage provides biographical information about the leader and activist, Angelina Grimké.
This link provides information about the Women’s Rights Project by American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU). Ginsburg was a cofounder of this project and it is still in effect today.
Notorious RBG: The Life and Times of Ruth Bader Ginsburg By Irin Carmon and Shana Knizhnik
This book provides biographical information about Ruth Bader Ginsburg as well as her rise to fame in today’s popular culture explosion.
The Feminine Style: Theory and Fact By Mary P. Hiatt
This scholarly article provides an in-depth look of the feminine style that I focus on throughout my analysis of this movement. The information provided in this article can be applied to better understand the rhetoric of the movement.
My Own Words By Ruth Bader Ginsburg, et al.
This book, written by Ginsburg, is a compilation of her speeches, dissents, and other examples of her writing over the years. She goes into detail about her opinions, decisions, and why she does things the way she does.
“Speech at Pennsylvania Hall, 1838.” By Angelina Grimké
This is the last speech of Angelina Grimké’s public speaking career. Her rhetoric mimics the feminine style discussed throughout this analysis.
This article explores Ginsburg’s dissenting opinions through the lens of feminist theory. It also explains how Ginsburg’s words are so effective.
Visit this cite to learn more about the Justices and workings of the highest court in the nation. Also, this cite serves as a database for every case and opinion made by the court–including the ones mentioned throughout this report.
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