John Rutledge

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Noun1.John Rutledge - United States jurist and second chief justice of the United States Supreme Court; he was appointed by George Washington and briefly served as chief justice but was ultimately rejected by the United States Senate (1739-1800)
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He covers colonial American law, the Constitutional Convention and The Federalist papers, the Judiciary Act of 1789, important individuals 1789-1800, the John Jay court: September 1789 to June 1795, the John Rutledge court: June to December 1795, the Oliver Ellsworth court: March 1796 to September 1800, the Supreme Court and the Alien and Sedition Act cases, and presidents Washington and Adams and the law.
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He discovered that Dickinson and his political allies, the eponymous "founding conservatives" such as James Wilson, Robert Morris, John Jay, Philip Schuyler, Silas Deane, John Rutledge, James Duane, Gouverneur Morris, Robert Livingston, and Edward Rutledge constituted a largely forgotten group who were crucial to the success of the American Revolution.
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