Born in Pennsylvania in 1892, Robert Jackson became an attorney and then held several appointments in the Roosevelt Administration, including that of Attorney General. In 1941 he was appointed to be a justice on the US Supreme Court and is considered one of the best justices in US history by many legal scholars. After World War II he served as US Chief Prosecutor at the Nuremberg trials of Nazi war criminals. He died in 1954.
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