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The Justices of the Supreme Court. lib·er·al –adjective 1. favorable to progress or reform, as in political or religious affairs. 2. ( often initial capital letter ) noting or pertaining to a political party advocating measures of progressive political reform.

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The justices of the supreme court

The Justices of theSupreme Court


The justices of the supreme court

lib·er·al

–adjective 1. favorable to progress or reform, as in political or religious affairs.

2. ( often initial capital letter ) noting or pertaining to a political party advocating measures of progressive political reform.

3. of, pertaining to, based on, or advocating liberalism.

4. favorable to or in accord with concepts of maximum individual freedom possible, esp. as guaranteed by law and secured by governmental protection of civil liberties.

5. favoring or permitting freedom of action, esp. with respect to matters of personal belief or expression: a liberal policy toward dissident artists and writers.

8. open-minded or tolerant, esp. free of or not bound by traditional or conventional ideas, values, etc.

11. not strict or rigorous; free; not literal: a liberal interpretation of a rule.

–noun 14. a person of liberal principles or views, esp. in politics or

mod·er·ate

  n. mod-er-it, mod-rit; v. mod-uh-reyt] Show IPA adjective, noun, verb, -at·ed, -at·ing.

–adjective 1. kept or keeping within reasonable or proper limits; not extreme, excessive, or intense: a moderate price.

2. of medium quantity, extent, or amount: a moderate income.

5. of or pertaining to moderates, as in politics or religion.

–noun 6. a person who is moderate in opinion or opposed to extreme views and actions, esp. in politics or religion.

7. ( usually initial capital letter ) a member of a political party advocating moderate reform.

  • con·serv·a·tive

    –adjective 1. disposed to preserve existing conditions, institutions, etc., or to restore traditional ones, and to limit change.

  • 4. ( often initial capital letter ) of or pertaining to the Conservative party.

  • –noun 8. a person who is conservative in principles, actions, habits, etc.

  • 9. a supporter of conservative political policies.


Chief justice john roberts

Chief Justice John Roberts

  • Born 1955

  • Lawyer

  • Judge

  • Legal Counsel to President Reagan

  • Appointed by George W. Bush in 2005


Chief justice john roberts1

Chief Justice John Roberts

  • Born 1955

  • Lawyer

  • Judge

  • Legal Counsel to President Reagan

  • Appointed by George W. Bush in 2005

Conservative


Antonin scalia

Antonin Scalia

  • Born 1936

  • Lawyer

  • Judge

  • Law Professor

  • Assistant Attorney General

  • Appointed by Ronald Reagan in 1986


Antonin scalia1

Antonin Scalia

  • Born 1936

  • Lawyer

  • Judge

  • Law Professor

  • Assistant Attorney General

  • Appointed by Ronald Reagan in 1986

Most Conservative


Anthony kennedy

Anthony Kennedy

  • Born 1936

  • Lawyer

  • Judge

  • Law Professor

  • Appointed by Ronald Reagan in 1988


Anthony kennedy1

Anthony Kennedy

  • Born 1936

  • Lawyer

  • Judge

  • Law Professor

  • Appointed by Ronald Reagan in 1988

Conservative to Moderate


Clarence thomas

Clarence Thomas

  • Born 1948

  • Corporate Lawyer

  • Assistant Missouri Attorney General

  • Chairman of EEOC

  • Appointed by G. H. W. Bush in 1991


Clarence thomas1

Clarence Thomas

  • Born 1948

  • Corporate Lawyer

  • Assistant Missouri Attorney General

  • Chairman of EEOC

  • Appointed by G. H. W. Bush in 1991

Conservative to Moderate


Ruth bader ginsberg

Ruth Bader Ginsberg

  • Born 1933

  • Lawyer for ACLU

  • Law Professor

  • Judge

  • Appointed by Bill Clinton in 1993


Ruth bader ginsberg1

Ruth Bader Ginsberg

  • Born 1933

  • Lawyer for ACLU

  • Law Professor

  • Judge

  • Appointed by Bill Clinton in 1993

Liberal


Stephen breyer

Stephen Breyer

  • Born 1938

  • Lawyer

  • Law Professor

  • Judge

  • Appointed by Bill Clinton in 1994


Stephen breyer1

Stephen Breyer

  • Born 1938

  • Lawyer

  • Law Professor

  • Judge

  • Appointed by Bill Clinton in 1994

Liberal


Samuel alito

Samuel Alito

  • Born 1950

  • Lawyer

  • Federal Attorney

  • Law Professor

  • Judge

  • Appointed by George W. Bush 2006


Samuel alito1

Samuel Alito

  • Born 1950

  • Lawyer

  • Federal Attorney

  • Law Professor

  • Judge

  • Appointed by George W. Bush 2006

Conservative


Sonia sotomayor

Sonia Sotomayor

  • Born 1954

  • Prosecutor

  • Lawyer

  • Judge

  • Law Professor

  • Appointed by Barack Obama 2009


Sonia sotomayor1

Sonia Sotomayor

  • Born 1954

  • Prosecutor

  • Lawyer

  • Judge

  • Law Professor

  • Appointed by Barack Obama 2009

Moderate


Elena kagan

Elena Kagan

  • Born 1960

  • Lawyer

  • White House Council

  • Dean, Harvard Law School

  • Solicitor General of the United States

  • Appointed by Barack Obama 2010


Elena kagan1

Elena Kagan

  • Born 1960

  • Lawyer

  • White House Council

  • Dean, Harvard Law School

  • Solicitor General of the United States

  • Appointed by Barack Obama 2010

Moderate


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