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The Law: Earl Warren's Way: Is It Fair?

One man, one vote. If Earl Warren had to choose one memorial, it would undoubtedly be the decisions of his Supreme Court affirming that principle. There were...

The Supreme Court: The Chief

Few U.S. citizens have led lives unaffected by what the Supreme Court has wrought since Earl Warren became Chief Justice in 1953. The very words "the Warren...

Nation: WARREN: OUT OF THE STORM CENTER

AMERICANS, enthralled by the personality of their chief executive and the power of his office, tend to talk about their political history in terms of...

National Affairs: California Clash

"You are a damned liar," exploded the Chief Justice of the United States at a Washington cocktail party last week. Heads turned amid the crush of Justices,...

National Affairs: Doubt in California

Ever since the election last November, California has bubbled with speculation about the future of Governor Earl Warren. Would he get a federal job? Would he run...

The Law: The Legacy of the Warren Court

In the high, marbled central chamber of the Supreme Court, Earl Warren sat last week for the last time as the 14th Chief Justice of the United States. It was...

Law: Inside the High Court

After a decade, it is Burger's in name only When the nine Justices of the U.S. Supreme Court meet to discuss and vote on cases on Friday mornings, they begin...

The Law: Politics at Court

"Such 'Disneyland' contentions are becoming commonplace," wrote the angry court of appeals judge in 1965 as he turned down what he considered to be a frivolous...

The Supreme Court: A Successor for Warren

Since the conditional resignation of Chief Justice Earl Warren six months ago, the question of naming his successor has become an imbroglio of partisan...

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