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John G. Roberts (third row, sitting second from right) with members of the Harvard Law Review group.

To many, he is a quiet conservative

Nominee's friends laud brilliant mind and humility

By Nina J. Easton and Kevin Cullen
Globe Staff / July 21, 2005

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WASHINGTON -- John G. Roberts's path to the Supreme Court winds through a secluded Roman Catholic boarding school in Indiana to the top ranks of Harvard Law School to the gray government halls of Washington, where he linked up with a nascent conservative legal movement that would later come to dominate Republican Party politics. (Full article: 2396 words)

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