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Chief Justice Earl Warren

Justice Hugo Black

Justice Felix Frankfurter

Justice William O. Douglas

Justice Tom C. Clark

Justice John Marshall Harlan II

Justice William J. Brennan, Jr.

Justice Charles Evans Whittaker

Justice Potter Stewart

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Chief Justice
William H. Rehnquist

Associate Justices
William J. Brennan, Jr.
Byron White
Thurgood Marshall
Harry Blackmun
John Paul Stevens
Sandra Day O'Connor
Antonin Scalia
Anthony Kennedy (February)

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Chief Justice

William H. Rehnquist

Associate Justices

William J. Brennan, Jr.

Byron White

Thurgood Marshall

Harry Blackmun

John Paul Stevens

Sandra Day O'Connor

Antonin Scalia

Anthony Kennedy

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Chief Justice

William H. Rehnquist

Associate Justices

John Paul Stevens

Sandra Day O'Connor

Antonin Scalia

Anthony Kennedy

David H. Souter

Clarence Thomas

Ruth Bader Ginsburg

Stephen Breyer

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Chief Justice

William J. Rehnquist

Associate Justices

John Paul Stevens
Sandra Day O'Connor
Antonin Scalia
Anthony Kennedy
David Souter
Clarence Thomas
Ruth Bader Ginsburg
Stephen Breyer

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William Rehnquist......................1972 - 2005................Nixon (elevated by Reagan)

Associate Justices

William Brennan, Jr....................1956 - 1990.................Eisenhower

Byron White..............................1962 - 1993.................Kennedy

Thurgood Marshall.....................1967 - 1991.................Johnson

Harry Blackmun........................1970 - 1994..................Nixon

John Paul Stevens.....................1975 - Present...............Ford

Sandra Day O'Connor.................1981 - 2006..................Reagan

Antonin Scalia..........................1986 - Present...............Reagan

Anthony Kennedy......................1988 - Present...............Reagan

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Chief Justice

Fred M. Vinson

Associate Justices

Hugo Black

Stanley Forman Reed

Felix Frankfurter

William O. Douglas

Frank Murphy (until July; succeeded by Tom C. Clark)

Robert H. Jackson

Wiley Blount Rutledge (until September; succeeded by Sherman Minton)

Harold Hitz Burton

Tom C. Clark (beginning in August; succeeded Frank Murphy)

Sherman Minton (beginning in October; succeeded Wiley Rutledge)

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