The changing religious complexion of the Supreme Court

Charles M. Blow has this interesting graphic on his NYT blog today, showing the change in the religious composition of the US Supreme Court.

Thirty years ago all but one justice were protestant. Now protestants are in a minority. I’d imagine it’ll be a while before we have a Buddhist, Hindu, or Muslim justice on the Supreme Court.


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Published: Jul 18 2009

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