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Sandra Day O'Connor has written on many topics. Some of the topics he has discussed most are as follows;

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What does Sandra Day O'Connor write about?

Sandra Day O'Connor has written on many topics but he is most famous for his work about alone, education, experience, family, fear, freedom, government, history, hope, leadership, nature, politics, power, religion, respect, science, society, success, war & women. People always share Alone quotes, Education quotes, experience, family, fear, freedom, government, history, hope & leadership from his literary works.

What are the top most famous quotes by Sandra Day O'Connor?

Here are the top most famous quotes by Sandra Day O'Connor.

  • We don't accomplish anything in this world alone... and whatever happens is the result of the whole tapestry of one's life and all the weavings of individual threads form one to another that creates something.
  • Most high courts in other nations do not have discretion, such as we enjoy, in selecting the cases that the high court reviews. Our court is virtually alone in the amount of discretion it has.
  • Yes, I will bring the understanding of a woman to the Court, but I doubt that alone will affect my decisions.
  • We pay a price when we deprive children of the exposure to the values, principles, and education they need to make them good citizens.
  • The more education a woman has, the wider the gap between men's and women's earnings for the same work.
  • I had become increasingly concerned in recent years about the lack of civics education in our nation's schools. In recent years, the schools have stopped teaching it. And it's unfortunate.
  • Each of us brings to our job, whatever it is, our lifetime of experience and our values.
  • Having family responsibilities and concerns just has to make you a more understanding person.
  • It is a measure of the framers' fear that a passing majority might find it expedient to compromise 4th Amendment values that these values were embodied in the Constitution itself.
  • The freedom to criticize judges and other public officials is necessary to a vibrant democracy. The problem comes when healthy criticism is replaced with more destructive intimidation and sanctions.
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