John Marshall In Diplomacy and Law
“In the middle of the eighteenth century there appeared in Virginia a race of men so gifted and so notable as to mark with a deep impress the living history of the world. Among these men was John Marshall.” – Lord Craigmyle
On September 24, 1755 John Marshall was born. Marshall had his own law practice, held many political offices and was Chief Justice of the United States Supreme Court from 1801 to 1835 and was George Washington’s official biographer. He was also a large influence in helping establish the Supreme Court’s role within the federal government.
John Marshall in Diplomacy and Law by Lord Craigmyle is among the most interesting books on Marshall’s life. This title notes details of Marshall’s life, career, accomplishments and the building of the United States Government.
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