October 5, 1953 – Earl Warren is appointed Chief Justice of the United States by U.S. president Dwight D. Eisenhower.

October 5, 1953 – Earl Warren is appointed Chief Justice of the United States by U.S. president Dwight D. Eisenhower.

Earl Warren Arts: Kindergarten : Patterned Paper Flower Pots

Earl Warren Arts: Kindergarten : Patterned Paper Flower Pots

Earl Warren Arts: Kindergarten : Patterned Paper Flower Pots

Earl Warren Arts: Kindergarten : Patterned Paper Flower Pots

Earl Warren - Warren retired from the Supreme Court in 1969. He was affectionately known by many as the "Superchief", although he became a lightning rod for controversy among conservatives: signs declaring "Impeach Earl Warren" could be seen around the country throughout the 1960s. The unsuccessful impeachment drive was a major focus of the John Birch Society[55] and sparked the political activism of segregationist and Southern Baptist evangelist Jerry Falwell[56] who would later found the…

Earl Warren - Warren retired from the Supreme Court in 1969. He was affectionately known by many as the "Superchief", although he became a lightning rod for controversy among conservatives: signs declaring "Impeach Earl Warren" could be seen around the country throughout the 1960s. The unsuccessful impeachment drive was a major focus of the John Birch Society[55] and sparked the political activism of segregationist and Southern Baptist evangelist Jerry Falwell[56] who would later found the…

Earl Warren and the Warren Court: The Legacy in American and Foreign Law

Earl Warren and the Warren Court: The Legacy in American and Foreign Law

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