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Chief Justice Waite

Bruce R. Trimble

Chief Justice Waite

defender of the public interest

by Bruce R. Trimble

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Published by Princeton University Press in Princeton .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Waite, Morrison R. -- 1816-1888.

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesDefender of the public interest.
    Statement[by] Bruce R. Trimble.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationix, 320 p.
    Number of Pages320
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17783281M

    Morrison Remick "Mott" Waite (Novem – Ma ) was an attorney, judge, and politician from served as the seventh Chief Justice of the United States from to his death in During his tenure, the Waite Court took a narrow interpretation of federal authority related to laws and amendments that were passed during the Reconstruction Era to expand the rights of Seller Rating: % positive. Chief Justice Waite, writing for the Court, found that the states were STILL not bound by the first ten amendments, even after the Fourteenth Amendment’s ratification. William Cruikshank, one of the lynchers, was prosecuted in federal court.

    Executive summary: US Chief Justice, The American jurist Morrison Waite was born at Lyme, Connecticut, on the 29th of November , the son of Henry Matson Waite (), who was judge of the superior court and associate judge of the supreme court of Connecticut in and chief justice of the latter in Born: THE CHIEF JUSTICE AS LEADER: THE CASE OF MORRISON REMICK WAITE D. GRIER STEPHENSON, JR.* What does all this mean? I suppose I shall realize it all bye and bye. But it seems strange now.' In recent years, social scientists have found the role of the Chief Justice of the United States to offer an intriguing example of leadership in small groups.

    Chief Justice Morrison R. Waite - Autograph Letter Signed 11/22/ - Item Morrison R. Waite sends a political autograph letter about the upcoming election. Political ALS: 'M.R. Waite' as Chief Justice, 2p, 4 1/2x7, front and verso. Shop for Chief Justice Morrison R. Waite related autographs, signed photographs, historical documents and manuscripts from the world's largest collection. Supreme Court Chief Justice. During Earl Warren's third term as governor, in President Dwight D. Eisenhower, a moderate conservative, nominated Warren to be chief justice of the U.S. Supreme Born:


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Morrison Remick Waite, nicknamed "Mott" Chief Justice Waite book – Ma ) was the seventh Chief Justice of the United States from to Early life and education He was born at Lyme, Connecticut, the son of Henry Matson Waite, who was a judge of the Superior Court and associate judge of the Supreme Court of Connecticut in – and chief justice of the latter in – When Waite was Chief Justice, he helped guide young attorneys towards staying on track when making their arguments.

Waite helped found, and for two decades was a director of, the Toledo Gas, Light, and Coke company. He later became a Director of the Toledo National Bank.

Then he helped found and was a director of the Toledo Street Railroad company.4/5(2). Morrison Remick Waite, (born Nov. 29,Lyme, Conn., U.S.—died MaWashington, D.C.), seventh chief justice of the United States (–88), who frequently spoke for the Supreme Court in interpreting the post-Civil War Chief Justice Waite book amendments and in redefining governmental jurisdiction over commerce in view of the great expansion of American business.

18 rows  The chief justice of the United States is the chief judge of the Supreme Court of the United Appointer: The President, with Senate advice and consent. Chief Justice Waite, defender of the public interest.

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Princeton: Princeton University. Chief Justice Waite synonyms, Chief Justice Waite pronunciation, Chief Justice Waite translation, English dictionary definition of Chief Justice Waite. Noun 1. Morrison Waite - United States jurist who was appointed chief justice of the United States Supreme Court in by President Grant Morrison R.

Morrison Remick "Mott" Waite was an attorney and politician from Ohio. He served as the seventh Chief Justice of the United States from to CHIEF JUSTICE WAITE'S contributions to American constitutional law and politics are to be found largely in his interpretation of police power and of the commerce clause.

Chief justice, the presiding judge in the Supreme Court of the United States, and the highest judicial officer of the chief justice is appointed by the president with the advice and consent of the Senate and has life primary functions are to preside over the Supreme Court in its public sessions when the court is hearing arguments and during its private conferences when it.

CHIEF JUSTICE WAITE: DEFENDER OF THE PUBLIC INTEREST, by Bruce R. Trimble. Princeton University Press, Princeton, Pp. ix, $ Robert J. Harris Jr. This Book Review is brought to you for free and open access by the Law Reviews and Journals at LSU Law Digital Commons.

It has been accepted for. Book Description: The Chief Justicebrings together leading scholars of the courts who employ social science theory and research to explain the role of the Chief Justice of the U.S. Supreme consider the chief justice's appointment, office, powers, and influence both within the Court and in the American system of government more generally.

traditional "system-building." The whole book is proof that even today philosophy is not restricted to the narrow channels of semantic and semiotic.

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Title: Chief. Chief Justice Waite served on the Court for 14 years, where he reportedly wrote about 28 percent of its opinions. Among the significant opinions he authored was United States v. Cruikshank (), which overturned the convictions of three men who killed more than African-Americans in what was known as the Colfax Massacre.

Chief Justice On ApPresident Grover Cleveland nominated him for the Chief Justice position when Morrison Waite died in Fuller was not the first man to be mentioned as a possible Supreme Court nominee; the former ambassador to Great Britain, Edward J.

Phelps, was perceived as the front-runner for the nomination. Photo, Print, Drawing [Chief Justice Morrison R. Waite administering the oath of office to James A. Garfield on the east portico of the U.S. Capitol, March 4, ] / G.

Prince Photo. digital file from original. When Chief Justice Waite passed away, Cleveland tapped Fuller for the seat. Fuller was chief justice during many important cases including the cases that struck down the income tax (later reversed by the 16th amendment), the insular cases determining whether the /5(3).

Grant nominated Waite to be Chief Justice of the Supreme Court on Januand the Senate approved his appointment two days later by a vote of As Chief Justice, Waite balanced long-standing principles of federalism with the mandates of post-Civil War constitutional amendments and civil rights legislation.

Waite, chief justice of the United States, was born in Lyme, Connecticut. It was expected that young Morrison would pursue a legal career, and after attending Bacon Academy and graduating from Yale College inhe studied law in his father's office.1 photographic print.

Photo, Print, Drawing [Chief Justice Morrison R. Waite administering the oath of office to James A. Garfield on the east portico of the U.S.

Capitol, March 4, ] / G. Prince Photo.Morrison Remick "Mott" Waite (Novem – Ma ) was an American attorney and politician in Ohio.

He served as the seventh Chief Justice of the United States from to his death in Chief Justice Waite was primarily known for overturning federal laws passed during Reconstruction that protected African Americans. ReferencesBorn: NovemLyme, Connecticut, United .