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Author:
William D. Reeves
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Univ of Louisiana at Lafayette (February 1, 2000)
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Reeves, William . Paths to Distinction: Dr. James White, Governor . (Supreme Court Historical Society, Congressional Quarterly Books).

Reeves, William . White and Chief Justice Edward Douglass White of Louisiana. Thibodaux, L. 1999: Friends of the Edward Douglass White Historic Site. Supreme Court Historical Society, Congressional Quarterly Books). The White Court, 1910-1921, History of the Court, Supreme Court Historical Society.

by William D. Reeves. Select Format: Hardcover. ISBN13: 9781887366335. Release Date: February 2000.

Paths to Distinction book. See a Problem? We’d love your help. The . Supreme Court: A Bibliography. Congressional Quarterly Books. Mele, Joseph C. (Fall 1962) Edward Douglass White’s Influence on the Louisiana Anti-Lottery Movement.

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Reeves, William D. 1999. James White, Governor E. D. White, and Chief Justice Edward Douglass White of Louisiana. Friends of the Edward Douglass White Historic Site. Abraham, Henry J. (1992). Justices and Presidents: A Political History of Appointments to the Supreme Court (3rd e. New York: Oxford University Press.

WILLIAM DALE REEVES was born in New Orleans in 1941. He received a . of the Society of Architectural Historians VIII (1997), 24-33; Paths to Distinction: Dr. White and Chief Justice Edward Douglass White o. . from Williams College, and a Ph. from Tulane University in 1968. He served on the Orleans Parish School Board from 1972-78. White and Chief Justice Edward Douglass White of Louisiana; Historic Louisiana: An Illustrated History. He also serves as a consultant to agencies and law firms on historical matters. White was appointed chief justice in 1910 largely because of the ambition of President William Howard Taft, who hoped that, by appointing a man of 65, he himself could succeed him. White did not lead the Court into bold new areas of judicial thought; he prescribed, instead, the "rule of reason.

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