It was March of 1988, and hundreds of law students from across the country --- including me --- were gathered for the Federalist Society's annual national student symposium. Many of us who descended that year on the University of Virginia Law School had attended the student conferences of years past, but this one was palpably different. There was high electricity in the air, and it was in anticipation of the event's banquet speaker, Judge Robert Bork.
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