Author:John Jay

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John Jay
(1745–1829)
An American politician, statesman, revolutionary, diplomat and first Chief Justice of the United States Supreme Court. He was appointed to the Supreme Court by U.S. President George Washington. His successor as Chief Justice was John Rutledge.
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