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Jim's Big EgoAs Judge Alito sat still and unsmiling, Democratic members of the Senate Judiciary Committee expressed strong concerns about his views on some of the most contentious legal issues of the day: the scope of presidential power in national security cases, the power of Congress to write laws affecting the states, the validity of the 1973 ruling establishing the right to an abortion, and the one-person-one-vote doctrine.
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}Some Democratic senators challenged his integrity and pledged to question him vigorously in his bid to fill the Supreme Court seat being vacated by Justice Sandra Day O'Connor.
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}"He has supported a level of overreaching presidential power that, frankly, most Americans find disturbing and even frightening," Senator Edward M. Kennedy, Democrat of Massachusetts, said in an opening speech that at times was reminiscent of the lacerating remarks with which he greeted Judge Robert H. Bork before that Supreme Court nomination failed in 1987.

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