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The happiest time of my professional life to date was my tenure on the Supreme Court of Georgia. There are many reasons for this, but the most important among them lay not in the court's many traditions and history, and still less in the status and meager salary that comes with being a justice. Rather, I was overjoyed by the companionship I found among my colleagues, arrayed as they were in all their robust diversity.

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