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Scalia, Kagan: Common ground often trumps ideology

One is a sharp-tongued, self-described "wise guy" originalist, who believes the Constitution means today what it meant when it was first written. The other is a diplomatic former Harvard Law School dean who believes there must be "flexibility" in interpreting the nation's governing document.

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