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Marshall, Thurgood

  • 1 Marshall, Thurgood

    (1908-1993) Маршалл, Тергуд
    Афро-американский юрист, государственный деятель. Занимаясь адвокатской практикой, специализировался в области защиты гражданских прав и часто выступал в Верховном суде США [ Supreme Court, U.S.]. В 1940-65 возглавлял юридическую службу Национальной ассоциации содействия прогрессу цветного населения [ National Association for the Advancement of Colored People]. В 1965-67 - генеральный солиситор США [ Solicitor General of the United States]. В 1967 был назначен президентом Л. Джонсоном [ Johnson, Lyndon Baines (LBJ)] членом Верховного суда [ Associate Justice of the Supreme Court] и стал первым негром в его составе. По убеждениям либерал, выступал за прекращение расовой дискриминации и сегрегации в общественных школах, расширение избирательных прав и прав обвиняемых

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