Informative Essay: Earl Warren And The Civil Rights

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Earl Warren and The Civil Rights Earl Warren was born March 19, 1891, in Los Angeles, California. He was a smart, young white male out to make a difference; and that he did. In 1953, Former President Dwight D. Eisenhower nominated Warren to Chief of Justice. That meant Mr. Warren had a great deal of influence on how the law was to be made or interpreted. After he was made Chief of Justice, he sat in as a guest on the Brown vs. Board trial. After hearing both sides of argument, Warren made an unanimous decision that ruled segregation unequal (“Warren” 499). Warren was 63 years old when he made that unanimous decision of inequality. (Bachrach 220). The supreme courts’ decision in Brown vs. Board did not abolish segregation in other pubic

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