Who was the cheif of justice in the brown vs. board of educaion?

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Chief Justice Earl Warren was the judge residing on the Brown vs. Board of Education in Topeka in 1954. The decision handed down by the court on May 17, 1954, declared segregation be unconstitutional.
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The Chief Justice of the United States Supreme Court during the 1950's that presided of the case Brown vs Board of Education was Earl Warren. He was appointed ...
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