A Supreme shift

When President Lyndon B. Johnson convinced Justice Arthur Goldberg to step down from the Supreme Court, Johnson settled on a few replacement candidates. Among them was Judge William J. Campbell of the Northern District of Illinois. But it was not to be for the 60-year-old Campbell, a friend of the president.The reason Johnson chose Abe Fortas instead of Campbell reveals the fragility of a core …

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