The Warren Court and the Pursuit for Justice
The Warren Court and the Pursuit for Justice written by Morton J. Horwitz is a description of the many Supreme Court cases that Chief Justice Earl Warren, along with other Justices presided on during this critical time period in American History.
The author begins the book by explaining who the different Justices that served on the Court were and when they were appointed to it. Horwitz explained
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Taney Court ruling in Plessy v. Ferguson. After the Warren Court was finished, there was no more legal segregation. Of course it would be many years before many things began to be desegregated.
This book was good for this particular class because it gave many full descriptions of important cases in American History. This book was also good because it showed how Warren, along with the other Justices, succeeded in giving people their personal rights.