Charles Evans Hughes

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Noun1.Charles Evans Hughes - United States jurist who served as chief justice of the United States Supreme Court (1862-1948)Charles Evans Hughes - United States jurist who served as chief justice of the United States Supreme Court (1862-1948)
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The majority opinion was written by Chief Justice Charles Evans Hughes, the unsuccessful Republican candidate for president in 1916.
Kellor's rise to prominence in the Americanization movement began when she, along with social reformer Lillian Wald, was appointed by New York Governor Charles Evans Hughes to that state's newly formed immigration commission.
The US Supreme Court is currently showing an exhibition entitled 'The Power of Image: Charles Evans Hughes in Prints, Photographs, and Drawings'.
But by the 20th century most Welsh-Americans identified with the Republican Party and in 1916 one of them, Charles Evans Hughes, was nominated as the Republican Party candidate.
Two additional New York governors more consequential than the Roosevelts in making the state's chief executive's office among the most powerful in the nation, Charles Evans Hughes and Alfred E.
Perhaps a model for Roberts is Charles Evans Hughes, another Republican, who served as Chief Justice throughout the New Deal years of President Franklin D.
Hayden, Charles Evans Hughes, William Leo Hansberry, and others, C.
Her father, Charles Evans Hughes, was a governor of New York, candidate for president, and a Supreme Court justice.
Chief Justice Charles Evans Hughes was curious enough to ask to see the hefty volume, and several other Justices studied the pages with a magnifying glass.
Charles Evans Hughes, Speech before the Elmira Chamber of Commerce, May 3, 1907, in ADDRESSES AND PAPERS OF CHARLES EVANS HUGHES 133, 139 (Robert H.
He was being challenged by Charles Evans Hughes, the Republican candidate, and it looked as if Mr.
If I might quote Charles Evans Hughes, who said it better than I ever could: "While democracy must have its organisations and controls, its vital breath is individual liberty.