The Great Chief Justice: John Marshall
Also known as the Babe Ruth of the Supreme Court, John Marshall will now and forever have a lasting legacy. Born on September 24, 1755 in Germantown, Virginia, Marshall was the first of fifteen children. As member of the 3d Virginia Regiment, he participated in the Revolutionary War. Following his military service in 1780, he attended the College of William and Mary where George Wythe conducted lectures. He continued the private study of law until admitted to practice that same year.
A Federalist at heart, he not only served in Virginia's House of Delegates, but he also participated in the…
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