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It's a tricky question because Justice Roberts was replaced by Justice Burton mid-year. So there was Chief Justice Stone and Justices Frankfurter, Reed, Black, Roberts (replaced by Justice Burton), Rutledge, Jackson, Murphy, and Douglas.

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Q: Who were the nine justices of the US Supreme Court in 1945?
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