Earl Warren

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Noun1.Earl Warren - United States jurist who served as chief justice of the United States Supreme Court (1891-1974)
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Even progressive icons like Franklin Delano Roosevelt (FDR) and chief justice Earl Warren are censured for their role in interning Japanese-Americans in the Second World War.
Despite cries from the right, for example, Chief Justice Earl Warren was never impeached, let alone convicted, and not merely because a Democratic Congress would never have done it.
When some votes counted more than others, "based on where voters happened to reside," that was discrimination, Chief Justice Earl Warren wrote.
Yoshino, a chief justice Earl Warren professor of constitutional law at New York University, captures the emotions and complexities of the Hollingsworth v.
Kenji Yoshino , Chief Justice Earl Warren Professor of Constitutional Law, NYU School of Law
Nooyi, chairman and chief executive officer, PEPSICO; and Kenji Yoshino, chief justice Earl Warren professor of constitutional law, New York University.
Should the court establish a right to same-sex marriage, it would draw comparisons to the famously liberal court led by Chief Justice Earl Warren, said David A.
Board of Education, and explained by Chief Justice Earl Warren in 1961, taking into account the Jefferson vision of full liberty and strict separation of church and state (p.
Under Chief Justice Earl Warren, the court was dominated by liberals who might welcome the opportunity to make a statement against the war.
This period of conservative activism, which ended in 1937, was followed by a period of liberal activism that reached its peak in the 1960s and early 1970s under Chief Justice Earl Warren and in the early part of the term of his successor, Warren Burger.
Chief Justice Earl Warren - June 12, 1967 (edited by Stephanie Mott - April 2, 2013).

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