Opinion Articles & Editorials Written By Jeffrey Frank

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02/16/16Ike, Ford, and a Lost Voice in Supreme Court Nominationsnewyorker.com
On September 7, 1956, just two months before a Presidential election, Associate Justice Sherman Minton announced that, effective October 15th, after serving for seven years and three days, he was retiring from the Supreme Court because of poor health. Minton, who had been appointed by his friend Harry Truman, a Democratic President, then returned to his home in New Albany, Indiana. “He was more than our associate,” Earl Warren, the Chief Justice, said. “He was our companion.”