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Charles Warren

Author Code: ACWA

Born: Mar. 9, 1868 - Boston, Massachusetts, USA

Died: Aug. 16, 1954 - Washington D.C., USA

Educated at Harvard University and Harvard Law School Warren received his MA in 1892. He began practising law in Boston, but soon took a position as private secretary to Willian Eustis Russell, Governor of Massachusetts. In 1894, together with fellow Harvard associates, he founded Immigration Restriction League, which was against immigrants from southern and eastern Europe. He was also an opponent of Woman Suffrage. Warren joined ex-governor Russell's law firm as an associate in 1894. e subsequently formed Warren & Perry, and practised law there from 1897 to 1914. In 1905, he was elected to the chair of the Massachusetts State Civil Service Commission, where he served until 1911. He then concentrated on practising law and published numerous articles in law journals. President Wilson appointed him Attorney General in 1914. Warren was then involved in drafting the Espionage Act of 1917. He remained in Washington following the war and worked on various committees., In 1922, he published History of the United States Supreme Court a 3-volume set that won the Pulitzer Prize for history in 1923. During the 1930s, Warren lectured at various universities until his retirement in the 1940s. His other works include History of the Harvard Law School and of Early Legal Conditions in America (1908), A History of the American Bar (1911), The Making of the Constitution (1928), Troubles of a Neutral (1934|), Bankruptcy in United States History (1935) and Odd Byways in American History (1942).

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