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Appointment of "judges of the Supreme Court" by the President by and with the advice and consent of the Senate is provided by U.S. Constitution art. 2, § 2, cl. 2
Discussion of the organization and operation of the U.S. Supreme Court, see Moore's Federal Practice, Ch. 401
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