Supreme Court Justices

Editor/Author Hall, Timothy L.
Publication Year: 2015
Publisher: Facts On File

Price: Core Collection Only
ISBN: 978-1-4381-5011-6
Category: Social Sciences - Political science
Image Count: 106
Book Status: Available
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Since the U.S. Constitution became the law of the land on March 4, 1789, 108 men and four women have served on the United States Supreme Court. Among the most powerful individuals of their time, some justices have wielded more influence than the presidents who appointed them. In their position as interpreters of the Constitution, they have exercised great influence on the political opinions of legislators and citizens alike.

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Table of Contents

  • Introduction
  • A
  • Alito, Samuel
  • B
  • Baldwin, Henry
  • Barbour, Philip Pendleton
  • Black, Hugo
  • Blackmun, Harry
  • Blair, John, Jr.
  • Blatchford, Samuel
  • Bradley, Joseph P.
  • Brandeis, Louis D.
  • Brennan, William J., Jr.
  • Brewer, David J.
  • Breyer, Stephen
  • Brown, Henry Billings
  • Burger, Warren
  • Burton, Harold H.
  • Butler, Pierce
  • Byrnes, James F.
  • C
  • Campbell, John A.
  • Cardozo, Benjamin
  • Catron, John
  • Chase, Salmon P.
  • Chase, Samuel
  • Clark, Tom C.
  • Clarke, John H.
  • Clifford, Nathan
  • Curtis, Benjamin Robbins
  • Cushing, William
  • D
  • Daniel, Peter V.
  • Davis, David
  • Day, William Rufus
  • Douglas, William O.
  • Duvall, Gabriel
  • E
  • Ellsworth, Oliver
  • F
  • Field, Stephen J.
  • Fortas, Abe
  • Frankfurter, Felix
  • Fuller, Melville W.
  • G
  • Ginsburg, Ruth Bader
  • Goldberg, Arthur J.
  • Gray, Horace
  • Grier, Robert C.
  • H
  • Harlan, John Marshall
  • Harlan, John Marshall, II
  • Holmes, Oliver Wendell, Jr.
  • Hughes, Charles Evans
  • Hunt, Ward
  • I
  • Iredell, James
  • J
  • Jackson, Howell E.
  • Jackson, Robert H.
  • Jay, John
  • Johnson, Thomas
  • Johnson, William
  • K
  • Kagan, Elena
  • Kennedy, Anthony M.
  • L
  • Lamar, Joseph R.
  • Lamar, L. Q. C.
  • Livingston, Henry Brockholst
  • Lurton, Horace H.
  • M
  • Marshall, John
  • Marshall, Thurgood
  • Matthews, Stanley
  • McKenna, Joseph
  • McKinley, John
  • McLean, John
  • McReynolds, James C.
  • Miller, Samuel F.
  • Minton, Sherman
  • Moody, William H.
  • Moore, Alfred
  • Murphy, Frank
  • N
  • Nelson, Samuel
  • O
  • O’Connor, Sandra Day
  • P
  • Paterson, William
  • Peckham, Rufus
  • Pitney, Mahlon
  • Powell, Lewis
  • R
  • Reed, Stanley F.
  • Rehnquist, William
  • Roberts, John G., Jr
  • Roberts, Owen J.
  • Rutledge, John
  • Rutledge, Wiley B., Jr.
  • S
  • Sanford, Edward T.
  • Scalia, Antonin
  • Shiras, George, Jr.
  • Sotomayor, Sonia
  • Souter, David
  • Stevens, John Paul
  • Stewart, Potter
  • S
  • Stone, Harlan Fiske
  • Story, Joseph
  • Strong, William
  • Sutherland, George
  • Swayne, Noah H.
  • Taney, Roger B.
  • Thomas, Clarence
  • Thompson, Smith
  • Todd, Thomas
  • Trimble, Robert
  • U
  • U.S. Supreme Court Justices
  • V
  • Van Devanter, Willis
  • Vinson, Fred M.
  • W
  • Waite, Morrison R.
  • Warren, Earl
  • Washington, Bushrod
  • Wayne, James M.
  • White, Byron
  • White, Edward Douglass, Jr.
  • Whittaker, Charles Evans
  • Wilson, James
  • Woodbury, Levi
  • Woods, William B.
  • Chronology
  • Important Supreme Court Cases
  • General Materials Concerning the Supreme Court
  • Materials Concerning Particular Cases or Subjects
  • Materials Concerning Individual Justices