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Okay I am doing a report on Thurgood Marshall. I am to a part where I am writing a little about his presidential nominations. Please help me on this! What exactly is a second court of appeals judge's job? What about a Supreme Court Justice? I am trying to say maybe a sentence of what each of the jobs he was nominated for were. One was Solicitor General and I found that but what about these other two? Please help!

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