Felix Frankfurter, a Harvard law professor, protege of Oliver Wendell Holmes
, and New Deal adviser to President Franklin Roosevelt, had been rewarded for his accomplishments when FDR elevated him to the Supreme Court in 1939.
NOVICK, HONORABLE JUSTICE: THE LIFE OF OLIVER WENDELL HOLMES
(1989) [hereinafter NOVICK, HONORABLE JUSTICE].
You might even strengthen staff resolve by referring back to Oliver Wendell Holmes
and to what I realized in my four park visits, and tell them that restraints on our recreation freedoms are what we pay for sustaining park resources and values and the quality oppurtunities they afford.
As Oliver Wendell Holmes
said, taxes are the price we pay for civilized society.
David Furton, of St Joseph's University in Philadelphia, who has specialised in historical biography, notably in his studies of Cecil Spring Rice and of Oliver Wendell Holmes
, here looks at the other Roosevelt, Theodore, and his career, which spanned the years from 1881 to 1918.
Ultimately, the case drew the attention of Justice Oliver Wendell Holmes
and his Supreme Court colleagues, who sanctioned the kidnapping.
189, 209-210 (1928), Oliver Wendell Holmes
said, "The interpretation of constitutional principles must not be too literal.
Oliver Wendell Holmes
said, "A mind stretched by a new idea can never go back to its original dimension.
From King Solomon in ancient times through John Marshall, Oliver Wendell Holmes
and William O.
YES "I think [metric] is easier," says Jessica Veteto, a student at Oliver Wendell Holmes
High School in San Antonio, Texas.
2] Other writers who initially practiced medicine include Oliver Wendell Holmes
, Anton Chekhov, and Sir Arthur Conan Doyle.
Each year nearly a million visitors come to walk the decks "once red with heroes' blood," as the poet Oliver Wendell Holmes