This Day in Liberal Judicial Activism–September 25

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President Jimmy Carter at the White House in 1977 (LIbrary of Congress)

1979-Taking advantage of its (and the House’s) massive increase in the number of judgeships a year earlier, the Democrat-controlled Senate confirms on a single day 25 of President Jimmy Carter’s judicial nominees, seven to appellate judgeships and eighteen to district judgeships.

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