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Edward Douglass White

Served as a co-employee justice from the U.S. Supreme Courtroom from 1894 to 1910 and later on became the Court’s ninth Main Justice. He researched law in the College or university of Louisiana. He was famous for creating the “Guideline of Cause” regular of antitrust regulation. His dad was Edward Douglass White colored Sr., a previous governor of Louisiana. He was nominated to the positioning of associate justice for the Courtroom by Chief executive Grover Cleveland.

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