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Supreme Court The Justices Dealing with Segregation

The Supreme Court

Print this number quiz and answer the questions below. Write the letter above each number on its matching blank to find out who heads up the Supreme Court.

 

 

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Originally there were five Associates Justices and a Chief Justice. In 1801 to 1869, Congress changed this number to seven Associate Justices. There are now eight Associate Justices and one Chief Justice, all nominated by the president, and then confirmed by the Senate.

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