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Even with changes, court's shift might only be marginal

By Peter S. Canellos
Globe Staff / October 30, 2004

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WASHINGTON -- Despite talk of changes on the Supreme Court stirred up by the news that Chief Justice William Rehnquist has cancer, many court observers believe the sheer intensity of confirmation battles in the Senate in recent years would make it difficult for any president to put an ideological stamp on what is now a moderate-to-conservative court. (Full article: 1099 words)

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