Jim Newton “Justice For All”
October 10th, 2006
Earl Warren had never served a single day as a judge, anywhere, before President Dwight Eisenhower named him Supreme Court Chief Justice in 1953, a post Warren held until 1969.
For those 16 years, Warren was at the center of every major legal battle, from desegregation of schools to voting rights for minorities. Now Los Angeles Times editor and reporter Jim Newton has written what Publishers Weekly calls “the definitive biography” of Earl Warren, a book called “Justice For All.”
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