Earl Warren: (1891-1974) American jurist and politician who served as the 14th Chief Justice of the United States (1953–1969) and the 30th Governor of California. He is best known for the decisions of the Warren Court, which ended school segregation and transformed many areas of American law, especially regarding the rights of the accused, ending public-school-sponsored prayer, and requiring "one-man-one vote" rules of apportionment.
Earl Warren: (1891-1974) was elected to three terms as Governor of California, as a candidate of both the Republicans and the Democrats. In 1953, the newly elected President Dwight Eisenhower appointed him Chief Justice of the Supreme Court, a position that Warren held until 1969.
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