Supreme Courtroom justice from 1970 to 1994 who authored one of the most controversial decision of this age group, Roe v. Wade, legalizing abortion. He went to Harvard College on the scholarship or grant, graduating with honors using a level in mathematics, and after graduation, in the assistance of his friend, he searched for judgeship. He was a compulsive record keeper, and he still left a treasure trove of docs, from his records to his receipts, available to the general public after his loss of life. He was raised in the working-class community of Dayton’s Bluff, Minnesota, where one of is own childhood close friends was Warren Burger, who became a member of him in the Supreme Courtroom. He performed a Supreme Courtroom justice in Steven Spielberg’s film Amistad, producing him the initial Supreme Courtroom justice to ever show up on film.