Supreme Court Justice Tom C. Clark: A Life of Service

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Index
Note:The abbreviation PS indicates individuals depicted in the photo section following page 168.
ABA. See American Bar Association
A. B. Dick Company, 138
Abington School District v. Schempp, 196, 197, 198, 212
abortion, 268
Abraham, Henry, 220
Acheson, Dean, PS Adams, Nash and Lois, 83 Adler v. Board of Education of City of New York, 171
Administrative Procedure Act, 236
African Americans, 195, 265; admittance of, to the Federal Bar Association, 237; civil rights of, and cases involving discrimination and segregation, 106–112, 151–154, 180–189; as clients of TCC, 42; racism towards, 14, 17; views of, regarding Clark’s appointment to the Supreme Court, 145–146; views of, regarding the Freedom Train, 102; voting rights of, 40–41
Alabama, 110, 132, 186
Alaska, 60
Albertson v. Subversive Activities Control Board, 177
Alcoa (the Aluminum Company of America), 138–139
Aldredge, Sewanee, 30
Alice Deal Junior High, 78
Alien Enemy Control Program, 62
Alien Registration Act of 1940. See Smith Act
Alioto, Joe, 59
Allen, Gracie, 59
Allred, James, 40
Alpha Phi Epsilon, 22
Amerasia spy case, 121–122, 123, 162, 175
American Academy of Judicial Education, 247
American Aphrodite, 192
American Bar Association (ABA), 13, 144, 217–218, 234, 237–240, 247, 249–251
American Bar Association Journal, 182
American Can Company, 138
American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU), 71, 119
American Dilemma (Myrdal), 185
American Federation of Labor (AFL), 55
American Heritage Foundation, 101, 102
American Judicature Society, 234, 239
American Weekly, 99
Americans for Democratic Action (ADA), 131
Amnesty Board, 104
Anaconda Wire and Cable Company, 79–80
Anderson, Marian, 107
Anderson House, 141 Andrews, George W., 195
Anti-Defamation League, 102
Anti-Fascist Refugee Committee, 123
anti-rationing, 38
anti-Semitism, 22
Antitrust Division of the Department of Justice. See U.S. Department of Justice: Antitrust Division of
antitrust laws/lawsuits, xiii, 2, 53–55, 59, 138–141, 163, 224

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