Jimmy Carter, when U.S. president, did not appoint a justice to the U.S. Supreme Court. That's what lawyer-journalist, Kathryn Rubino, informs us on Abovethelaw. Here you can read all about it.
After all, for decades the Carter Administration was vilified. In some ways that should have been expected since he was a one-term president.
On the other hand, the extreme criticism of his mindset and initiatives seemed hyperbolic. Was Carter really that bad?
Well, history might have underestimated the myth-making ability of that Georgia peanut farmer. As an old man Carter did put together a philanthropic brand which tilted the playing field of global public opinion in his favor. That included lots of travel abroad. When he developed cancer, many really did care.
However, the takeaway is nevertheless clear: U.S. presidents would be wise to make it their business to make one or more appointments to SCOTUS.
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