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Product details Audible Audiobook Listening Length: February 9, Language: Share your thoughts with other customers. Write a customer review. He received his law degree from Howard University where he came under the influence of Charles Hamilton Houston, dean of the law school and a pioneer in the use of litigation as a mode of social reform. Between and , as an attorney for the NAACP , Marshall traveled throughout the United States, representing all manner of clients whenever a dispute involved questions of racial justice—from trials for common crimes to appellate advocacy raising the most intricate matters of constitutional law.
These cases include Smith v. Allwright , which invalidated the so-called white primary the practice of barring blacks from the Democratic party primary in a state where that party controlled state government , Shelley v. Kraemer , which prohibited state courts from enforcing racially restrictive real estate covenants, and Brown v.
Board of Education of Topeka, which invalidated state-enforced racial segregation in the public schools. In , President John F.
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Kennedy appointed him to the U. In , President Lyndon B. Justice Marshall was an outspoken liberalon a Court dominated by conservatives. In his twenty-four year tenure, he voted to uphold gender and racial affirmative action policies in every case in which they were challenged. He dissented in every case in which the Supreme Court failed to overturn a death sentence and opposed all efforts to narrow or burden the right of women to obtain abortions.
No justice has been more libertarian in terms of opposing government regulation of speech or private sexual conduct.
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