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Federal judges and Supreme Court justices are not electedthey are appointed by the president and confirmed by the U. Senate.

Federal judges and Supreme Court justices are not elected—they are appointed
by the president and confirmed by the U.S. Senate. Rely on your responses from the discussion
questions when considering how democratic it is to support an unelected judiciary. Is this the fairest
way? Defend your argument for or against the election of federal judges and Supreme Court justices.

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