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Roberts's testimony alarms conservatives

Some contend he could be moderate

By Charlie Savage
Globe Staff / September 15, 2005

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WASHINGTON -- Supreme Court nominee John G. Roberts Jr.'s testimony about the existence of a right to privacy, the importance of respecting precedent, and the need for the Constitution to adapt to changing conditions has alarmed some rank-and-file conservatives, who are filling up Internet message boards with predictions that Roberts may turn out to be a moderate justice. (Full article: 1012 words)

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