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Calvin Coolidge

Presidency

Who was his lone U.S. Supreme Court appointee?

Coolidge appointed his U.S. attorney general Harlan Fiske Stone, his former classmate at Amherst, to the Supreme Court as an associate justice. Stone served sixteen years as an associate justice before President Franklin D. Roosevelt elevated him to Chief Justice in 1941. Stone wrote many opinions protective of civil liberties.



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