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Many liberal groups are critical of court nominee John G. Roberts Jr. but say they will reserve judgment for now.

Opposition to Roberts slow to muster

Nominee's record isn't generating storm of liberals

By Rick Klein
Globe Staff / July 25, 2005

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WASHINGTON -- Appellate judge John G. Roberts Jr.'s nomination to the Supreme Court has caused an early splintering among liberal groups who were geared up for an epic battle against President Bush's nominee, providing momentum to Republican-led efforts to have Roberts quickly confirmed in the Senate. (Full article: 1358 words)

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