Oral History: Former Chief Justice Earl Warren

C-SPAN Radio began a series of oral history interviews with former Chief Justice of the United States Earl Warren by interviewing Supreme Court historian Jim… read more

C-SPAN Radio began a series of oral history interviews with former Chief Justice of the United States Earl Warren by interviewing Supreme Court historian Jim O’Hara about Earl Warren’s background, personality and significance.

Historian Joe Frantz interviewed former Chief Justice Earl Warren September 21, 1971, in his office in the Supreme Court building for the LBJ Presidential Library. You’ll hear the former Chief Justice talk about his relationship with LBJ and other members of Congress---chairing the Commission that investigated the 1963 assassination of President Kennedy---and common misperceptions about the Supreme Court. close

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Oral History: Former Chief Justice Earl Warren

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85227-1
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Radio
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Interview
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Washington, District of Columbia, United States

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