Thomas Jefferson


Who were Jefferson’s U.S. Supreme Court appointees?

Jefferson appointed William Johnson, Brockholst Livingston, and Thomas Todd to the Supreme Court. Johnson served thirty years on the Court and helped develop the tradition of dissents. Johnson sometimes openly disagreed with Chief Justice John Marshall’s rulings. Livingston served nearly sixteen years on the Court, while Todd served nearly nineteen years on the high court.


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