Welcome to the final part in our four-part study of U.S. government. We’ve looked at local governments, state governments, and the federal government. Today we’re going to study the Supreme Court. While it is true that we do not elect our justices, the Presidents we elect have the ability to nominate the justices who will rule on decisions for decades to come. Who we vote for today could affect the lives of generations to come. Let’s study the history of the Supreme Court, its landmark decisions, and the future of the highest court in the land.
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