Justice Matthews's fame, such as it is, has rested upon his Civil War experiences and the controversy that his appointment to the Supreme Court excited. This latter subject is treated in Whitelaw Reid's Ohio in the War ..., Vol. 2 ( New York, 1868), and in Joseph P. Smith, ed., History of the Republican Party in Ohio ( Chicago, 1898). See also Charles Theodore Greve, "Stanley Matthews," in William D. Lewis, ed., 7 Great American Lawyers 395 ( Philadelphia, 1909), and " Justice Stanley Matthew," 1 The Green Bag 181 ( 1889).
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Publication information: Book title: The Justices of the United States Supreme Court:Their Lives and Major Opinions. Volume: 2. Contributors: Leon Friedman - Editor, Fred L. Israel - Editor. Publisher: Chelsea House. Place of publication: New York. Publication year: 1997. Page number: 665.
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