Which President Nominated G Harrold Carswell to the United States Supreme Court?


G Harrold Carswell was nominated to the Supreme court of the United States in 1970 by then President Richard Nixon. Carswell filled the void left by previous judge Abe Fortas.
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Former President Richard Nixon nominated G. Harrold Carswell to replace Justice Abe Fortas, who resigned in 1969 due to a conflict of interest. Carswell was a Southerner with a history
which president nominated G harrlod car for suprem court
1916 - Woodrow Wilson - Standing firm against great pressure to withdraw the nomination, Wilson nominated Louis D. Brandeis, Zionist, and insisted that he knew no one better qualified
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