U.S. Justices by Judicial Family


Highest number: 86 (No) Lowest number: 1 (Not Specified)
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      U.S. Political Stats draws on a number of authoritative CQ Press and other sources for biographical data.

      For Presidents and Vice Presidents:

      • American Political Leaders, 1789-2009. Washington: CQ Press, 2010.
      • Nelson, Michael, ed. Guide to the Presidency and the Executive Branch, 5th ed. Washington: CQ Press, 2012.
      • Ragsdale, Lyn. Vital Statistics on the Presidency, 4th Edition. Washington: CQ Press, 2014.

      For members of Congress:
      • Biographical Directory of the American Congress 1774-1996. Alexandria, VA: CQ Staff Directories, 1996.
      • CQ's Politics in America 1998. The 105th Congress. Washington: CQ Press, 1997.
      • CQ's Politics in America 2000. The 106th Congress. Washington: CQ Press, 1999.
      • CQ's Politics in America 2002. The 107th Congress. Washington: CQ Press, 2001.
      • CQ's Politics in America 2004. The 108th Congress. Washington: CQ Press, 2003.
      • CQ's Politics in America 2006. The 109th Congress. Washington: CQ Press, 2005.
      • CQ's Politics in America 2008. The 110th Congress. Washington: Congressional Quarterly, 2007.
      • CQ's Politics in America 2010. The 111th Congress. Washington: Congressional Quarterly, 2009.
      • Politics in America 2012. The 112th Congress. Washington: CQ-Roll Call, Inc., 2011.
      • Politics in America 2014. The 113th Congress. Washington: CQ-Roll Call, Inc., 2013.

      For Supreme Court Justices:
      • Lee Epstein, Jeffrey A. Segal, Harold J. Spaeth & Thomas G. Walker, The Supreme Court Compendium: Data, Decisions, and Developments, 5th ed. Washington: CQ Press, 2012.


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