Robert Bork: Conservative Judge Dead at 85

President Reagan failed with his 1987 nomination of Bork to the Supreme Court.
0:33 | 12/19/12

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Robert -- one of the most famous conservatives -- the twentieth century has died at the age of 85. The former solicitor general's skyrocketed to fame during his controversial Supreme Court nomination by President Reagan in 1987. He was rejected by the senate amid sharply divided debate over his ultra conservative views. Most notably for his positions against Roe vs. Wade certain civil rights legislation and many anti trust laws. Robert Bork was 85 years old.

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