Earl Warren, swearing to “do equally right to the poor and the rich,” became 14th chief justice of the United States on Oct. 5, 1953.
Earl Warren, swearing to “do equally right to the poor and the rich,” became 14th chief justice of the United States on Oct. 5, 1953. Courtesy of Bob Warren Courtesy of Bob Warren
Earl Warren, swearing to “do equally right to the poor and the rich,” became 14th chief justice of the United States on Oct. 5, 1953. Courtesy of Bob Warren Courtesy of Bob Warren

Warren sworn in as U.S. chief justice

May 19, 2017 02:56 PM

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