Samuel A. Alito Jr. was sworn in as the nation's 110th Supreme Court justice yesterday, marking a major victory for conservatives in their decades-old drive to move the court rightward, and alarming liberals who fear that long-standing rights might be in jeopardy.
ALITO'S JOURNEY Groomed for the Bench: Proving His Mettle in the Reagan Justice Dept. (Post, January 9, 2006, Page A01)
Alito, In and Out of the Mainstream: Nominee's Record Defies Stereotyping (Post, January 1, 2006, Page A01)
'86 Alito Memo Argues Against Foreigners' Rights: Work for Justice Dept. Points to Views That May Affect Anti-Terrorism Rulings on High Court (Post, November 29, 2005, Page A04)
Alito Helped Craft Reagan-Era Move To Restrict 'Roe': Supreme Court Nominee Wrote Memo In 1985 as Justice Department Lawyer (Post, December 1, 2005, Page A01)
Alito's Stance on One Man, One Vote Is Debated (Post, November 25, 2005, Page A04)
Critics See Ammunition In Alito's Rights Record (Post, November 3, 2005, Page A01)
Analysis: With a Pick From the Right, Bush Looks to Rally GOP in Tough Times (Post, November 1, 2005, Page A06)
The Nominee: Comparisons to Scalia, But Also to Roberts (Post, November 1, 2005, Page A01)
At Seton Hall, Professor Alito Wore a Cloak of Inscrutability (Post, November 9, 2005, Page A06)
Analysis: Alito Leans Right, Where O'Connor Swung Left (Post, November 1, 2005, Page A01)

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