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113 Yale Law Journal 784 (2004)

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I close my eyes, and I see Burke Marshall, sitting near me-at his office, in the classroom, at his home. We had long conversations-on peace in the Middle East, on recent Supreme Court cases. But his main interest was the civil rights movement. He was a shy person. He never volunteered to talk about himself, but when I asked him, he would tell me his story. And you could sense where his heart was, where his thoughts were, and what his dreams were.

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