Nina Totenberg, NPR’s correspondent for legal affairs, first met Justice Ruth Bader Ginburg over the phone nearly 50 years ago, beginning a professional relationship, which eventually morphed into a close friendship. In a conversation with Hari Sreenivasan, Totenberg shares anecdotes about their bond and what she learned about life, law and even death from Justice Ginsburg.
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