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Earl Warren headed the Supreme Court during the turbulent years of the Civil Rights era, deciding on many landmark cases and contributing to the society in which we live today, including Brown v. Board of Education , Mapp v. Ohio , and Miranda v. Arizona. A Republican who eschewed the party line to support many centrist and liberal decisions, Warren's views were often surprising and controversial, informed as they were by his personal sense of fairness rather than politics. In his Memoirs, Warren recounts his years as a district attorney and attorney general in San Francisco, and his three terms as California's governor. Writing of his years as a Justice of the Supreme Court, Warren reveals Eisenhower's anger at him for being soft on Communism during the McCarthy era, and a run-in with Attorney General John Mitchell and the Nixon Department of Justice, who attempted to discretely influence a Supreme Court decision.
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