Earl Warren was a Republican attorney and politician who served as Chief Justice of the United States Supreme Court during a period of expanding civil rights and civil liberties. Warren was raised in central California and earned his undergraduate and la...
March 19, 1891,
Los Angeles, California
July 9, 1974
edit]. Warren married Swedish-born widow Nina Elisabeth Palmquist Meyers on
October 4, 1925. They had six children.
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Earl Warren (1891-1974). Earl Warren was born in Los Angeles on March 19,
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felt that the conclusion that segregation could not stand, he had to find a way to frame the final decision in a manner which would garner the support of most of the justices and the American public - contrary to the ideals held by many, Supreme Court de... More »
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Biography of Earl Warren, Chief Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court, 1953-69.