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BREAKING: 46,000+ pages of SCOTUS nominee Kagan Docs Now Online

In an article entitled “In Supreme Court Work, Early Views of Kagan” Charlie Savage at the NY Times has just released a ton(!) of memos written by SCOTUS nominee Elena Kagan during her time as a young law clerk working for Justice Thurgood Marshall at the Supreme Court.

The latest release with more than 46,500 pages re: SCOTUS Nominee, Elena Kagan, are now available on The Clinton Library Web Site.

You Can Access the Individual Files Here (Found in 74 Boxes)

or Download Seven Large PDF Files (about 205 Megs each) and Access All Pages in All Files

click here for boxes 01-10

click here for boxes 11-20

click here for boxes 21-30

click here for boxes 31-40

click here for boxes 41-50

click here for boxes 51-60

click here for boxes 61-74

See Also: Previously Released Documents re: Elena Kagan

1) Documents: More Digitized Files Re: Supreme Court Nominee Elena Kagan Now Available From The Clinton Library Web Site

2) Documents: Re: Supreme Court Nominee, Elena Kagan Now Online via Clinton Library; Additional Materials Under Review by NARA

See Also: A Selection of Memos Elena Kagan Sent to Supreme Court Justice Thurgood Marshall in 1987. At that time, Kagan was a Law Clerk for Justice Marshall (via NY Times)

[Thanks for the heads-up Gary Price at ResourceShelf!]

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