On Biography.com, get the story of Supreme Court Justice William O. Douglas, including his civil libertarianism and tumultuous personal life.

Justice William O. Douglas I pledge that we the people of the earth will not litter, pollute and despoil the moon as we have our own planet.

William O Douglas, supreme court justice from1939-1975, remembers his father saying on his deathbed, "If I die it will be glory, if I live it will be grace."

The Faith of Our Fathers

William O Douglas, supreme court justice remembers his father saying on his deathbed, "If I die it will be glory, if I live it will be grace.

William O. Douglas, 1898-1980. former Supreme Court justice.

Chief Justice William O. Douglas visited Korea in the summer of 1952 and avowed "I had seen the war-battered cities of Europe; but I had not seen devastation until I had seen Korea…"

William O Douglas on free speech

William O. Douglas: The longest serving and one of the most progrssive supreme court justice. He also co-wrote the bawdy lyrics to Dvorak's Humoresque. That alone would have qualified him as a hero of mine.

Left to Right: Douglas Fairbanks, Robert Livingston, John Carroll, Reed Hadley, Tyrone Power, Guy Williams, Frank Langella, Alain Delon, Geo...

Left to Right: Douglas Fairbanks, Robert Livingston, John Carroll, Reed Hadley, Tyrone Power, Guy Williams, Frank Langella, Alain Delon, Geo...

Nature's justice : writings of William O. Douglas

Nature's justice : writings of William O.

JUSTICE WILLIAM O DOUGLAS - THE CONSTITUTION IS NOT NEUTRAL

My FAVORITE Pictures – American Values, The Constitution, Our Founding Fathers, The 2nd Amendment

JUSTICE WILLIAM O DOUGLAS - THE CONSTITUTION IS NOT NEUTRAL

In 1948, in the Supreme Court case U.S. v. Columbia Steel Co., Justice William O. Douglas explained that the traditional philosophy of American antitrust law is that “all power tends to develop into a government in itself. Power that controls the economy … should be scattered into many hands so that the fortunes of the people will not be dependent on the whim or caprice, the political prejudices, the emotional stability of a few self-appointed men.”

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In 1948, in the Supreme Court case U.S. v. Columbia Steel Co., Justice William O. Douglas explained that the traditional philosophy of American antitrust law is that “all power tends to develop into a government in itself. Power that controls the economy … should be scattered into many hands so that the fortunes of the people will not be dependent on the whim or caprice, the political prejudices, the emotional stability of a few self-appointed men.”

Barbra Streisand Photos - Public Counsel's William O. Douglas Dinner - Inside - Zimbio

Barbra Streisand Photos Photos: Public Counsel's William O. Douglas Dinner - Inside

Barbra Streisand and Bill Clinton Photos Photos: Public Counsel's William O.

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