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That time a Supreme Court nominee was rumored to have killed a...

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Two days before Christmas in 1890, within hours of federal judge Henry B. Brown's somewhat surprising nomination to the U.S. Supreme Court, reporters at the Capitol were scribbling down the details of an electrifying story, told with relish and pride by Brown's neighbor and fellow Republican, Sen. James McMillan of Michigan. The judge had "killed his man," the senator said.

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