Judges on Judging: Views from the Bench

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Appendix B
Time Chart of Members of the Supreme Court of the United States
NameAppointed by PresidentTerm of Office
CHIEF JUSTICES:
Jay, John Washington 1789-1795
Rutledge, John Washington 1795
Ellsworth, Oliver Washington 1796-1800
Marshall, John Adams, J. 1801-1835
Taney, Roger B. Jackson 1836-1864
Chase, Salmon P. Lincoln 1864-1873
Waite, Morrison R. Grant 1874-1888
Fuller, Melville W. Cleveland 1888-1910
White, Edward D. Taft 1910-1921
Taft, William Howard Harding 1921-1930
Hughes, Charles Evans Hoover 1930-1941
Stone, Harlan Fiske Roosevelt, F. 1941-1946
Vinson, Frederick M. Truman 1946-1953
Warren, Earl Eisenhower 1953-1969
Burger, Warren E. Nixon 1969-1986
Rehnquist, William H. Reagan 1986-
AssocIATE JUSTICES:
Rutledge, John Washington 1790-1791
Cushing, William Washington 1790-1810
Wilson, James Washington 1789-1798
Blair, John Washington 1790-1796
lredell, James Washington 1790-1799
Johnson, Thomas Washington 1792-1793
Paterson, William Washington 1793-1806
Chase, Samuel Washington 1796-1811
Washington, Bushrod Adams, J. 1799-1829
Moore, Alfred Adams, J. 1800-1804
Johnson, William Jefferson 1804-1834
Livingston, Henry B. Jefferson 1807-1823

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