The Legacy of Earl Warren, 88 Harvard Law Review 8 (1974)
Earl Warren was a modest man, and a realist. One of his greatest strengths was that he knew his limitations. We would do him less than the evenhanded justice he so devotedly dispensed if, in his death, we painted him larger than life.
Date of Authorship for this Version
Pollak, Louis H., "The Legacy of Earl Warren" (1974). Faculty Scholarship Series. 4220.