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All of Ginsburg’s former law clerks gave her this collar at a reunion in 2018. The collar’s inner neck line is embroidered with a quote from her late husband Marty Ginsburg: “It’s not sacrifice, it’s family.” Each layer on the piece refers to a member of the Ginsburg family.

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This is indeed beautiful and remarkable - Marty Ginsburg a “proto-feminist unicorn” - but also, how many wives have played the very same role supporting their successful husbands and never been recognized for it..

As he was bedridden and dying from cancer, Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s husband Marty, who has given up a successful New York law practice to move with her to Washington in 1980, wrote this note on a yellow pad for his wife to find by his bedside:

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On Justice Ginsburg, @cjscalia : "She said really only two people made her laugh out loud frequently. One was her wonderful husband, Marty, and the other was my dad." #AMRstaff 

😭 "My dearest Ruth, you are the only person I have loved in my life." In 2016, Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg recited a handwritten letter that her late husband, Marty, had drafted to her when he was ill at a hospital in 2010. Listen here:

Miriam Seifter and Robert Yablon both clerked for Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. She performed their wedding, wishing them the same kind of happiness she had shared with her husband, Marty. via @latimesopinion 

Ruth Bader Ginsburg was married to her husband, Marty Ginsburg, a tax attorney, for 56 years before he died of cancer in 2010. Tune in to Eyewitness News as we honor her local legacy in a special half-hour on Monday at 5:30 p.m. #RBG  #abc7ny 

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From our archives: Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg on her marriage to her late husband, Marty. "I miss him every morning, because I have no one to go through the paper and pick out what I should read," she said in 2019.

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"My dearest Ruth, you are the only person I have loved in my life." In 2016, Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg recited a handwritten letter that her late husband, Marty, had drafted to her when he was ill at a hospital in 2010. Listen here:

I think often about the note RBG’s husband, Marty Ginsburg, left for her when he died, and especially now. (quoted in @JeffreyToobin’s profile …)

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Ruth and Marty Ginsburg had a marriage that was a joy to be near. One of her best insights. When asked what makes a happy, long-term marriage, she said, “I do find a certain amount of deafness helps.”

Just read this wonderful, touching @NPR  obit of Ruth Bader Ginsburg. Always admired her, but this tribute to her intelligence, wit and grit made me all the more in awe. And the depiction of her marriage to Marty? Get ready for tears at the end. 😭😭😭

As I think about Justice Ginsburg’s extraordinary life & legacy, I can only hope her beloved Marty was waiting with a joke & her favorite Scottish smoked salmon & caviar (preferably from @RussAndDaughter  - first biz in the US to add DAUGHTERS to their name)

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When Justice Ginsburg was getting a blood transfusion for her colorectal cancer, her late-husband, Marty, noticed something wrong. He yanked out a needle in her — it was a mismatched antigen. "I might not have lived it if he hadn't been there," she says.

Ruth BaderGinsburg's famous exercise regimen might not have happened if it weren't for her late-husband, Marty. "I didn't want to do it," Ginsburg said. "I was exhausted, and Marty said, 'You do it.'"

"He was my clipping service with the New York Times and the Post," Ginsburg said of her late-husband, Marty. "I miss him every morning, because I have no one to go through the paper and pick out what I should read."

Ruth + Marty = #RelationshipGoals . You may know Justice Ginsburg’s legal achievements…now meet the man who cheered her on every step of the way. #RBGMovie  airs Labor Day at 9p on CNN

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