Thurgood Marshall Analysis

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Judge Adelman, Lynn. The Glorious Jurisprudence of Thurgood Marshall.2013. Print. Using Marx, Weber, and Deleuze. Judge Adelman discusses the important role of Thurgood Marshall as Chief Justice. He values Marshall’s paving the way for true desegregation in the education system. The author also illustrates the glorious journey Marshall took in his career and study’s where he made history with upholding constitutional rights. Another area of importance Judge Adelman discusses is the triumphs Marshall faced and his vigorous efforts to uphold justice in the highest court in the U.S. The author identifies and assesses the current civil liberties that have been affected and directly impacted by Thurgood
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From John Marshall to Thurgood Marshall: A Tale of Innovation and Evolution in Federal Indian Law Jurisdiction. Print. Using Academic Search Complete. Barnes discusses some of the greatest accomplishments related to minorities civil rights. In 1954, the Supreme Court unanimously ruled that “separate educational facilities are inherently unequal, therefore racial segregation of public schools were as well. The author illustrates how Thurgood Marshal led the litigation march to civil rights in America accomplishing this and much more in his judicial career. Another great achievement of Marshall that Barnes writes about is the notorious Brown vs. Board of Education Topeka (1937). This was a class-action lawsuit on behalf of all the lack parents who were forced to send their kids to an all-black segregated school. This is the most important case in the 20th century because it challenged and overturned the separate but equal Plessy v. Ferguson (1896) case. Also important in Barnes discussion is that separate was finally proven unequal because the black school were given less government funding for books and transportation. I can conclude from reading this article what a huge victory for the black community that’s message was heard through all of America because of Thurgood Marshall’s judicial doings. Barnes, Richard L. Harvard Law & Policy Review. NC: Basic,2011.…show more content…
Thurgood Marshall: The Writer. Print. Using Marx, Weber, Deleuze. Hemmingway discusses the legal texts of the Author Thurgood Marshall as a grand jurist, educated scholar, and legal practitioner. The authors highlight and review Thurgood Marshall’s upbringing in education. They also explore Marshall’s Harvard Law Review in 1987. The author also examines and reflects Marshall’s opinions as a justice in the U.S. Supreme Court hearing Payne v. Tennessee. The author also reviews Marshalls court briefing in the case Brown v. Board of Education. Hemingway, Anna, et. al. Willamette Law Review. MA Basic.
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