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(war'en),
Dean, U.S. surgeon, 1924-1989. See: Warren shunt.
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Ehrenhaft to Chief Justice Earl Warren 9 (1961) (available in the Earl Warren Papers, Box 218, file 9, at the Library of Congress).
I took the liberty of substituting a few words in the statement made by Chief Justice Earl Warren in 1967 when the SCOTUS knocked down laws banning inter-racial marriage.
The text points to Brown attorney Thurgood Marshall and Supreme Court Justice Earl Warren as playing key roles in both Mendez and Brown.
Earl Warren remained the most credible spokesman for the anti-Japanese American cause.
In spite of all their differences, Earl Warren was able to use his political acumen to get Frankfurter, a man who championed judicial restraint (often to the detriment of causes he believed in), Black, a former Klan member, and the other justices to attain greatness for the Court through its unanimous decision in Brown v.
Earl Warren includes callout sections with pieces from his memoirs, interviews, and other primary texts.
Ferguson (1896), and Republican Chief Justice Earl Warren authored the majority decision in Brown v.
"Sonia Sotomayor" is the fourth in a series of biographies on Supreme Court Justices; the first three are Earl Warren, John marshall, and Thurgood Marshall.
In fact, 40 of the 111 justices who have served had no prior judicial experience, and they include such notables as John Marshall, Earl Warren, William Rehn quist and Louis Brandeis.
What was the purpose of the US federal commission headed by Chief Justice Earl Warren in 1963?
He also is the author of "Justice for All: Earl Warren and the Nation He Made." Since 2007, Jim has set high standards, and has achieved them with the daily and vital assistance of Nick.
He said he had a full briefing by Earl Warren, the chief justice on the commission that investigated the November 22 1963 Dallas shooting, which was attributed to Lee Harvey Oswald.