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(NYT24) WASHINGTON -- April 17, 2001 -- FEDERALIST-SOCIETY -- The Federalist Society, a group that was founded 20 years ago by a few conservative law students who felt they were a beleaguered minority at their elite schools now counts among its 25,000 members, some of the most influential officials in the Bush administration and many current federal judges are ardent supporters. Of the 70 candidates interviewed so far by the White House for judgeships, about a fourth of them were recommended directly by the Federalist Society. A picture of President James Madison adorns the wall of offices of Eugene B. Meyer, right, the executive director of the Federalist Society in Washington. (Paul Hosefros/The New York Times) *LITE

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