William O. Douglas
William Orville Douglas, who was born in Minnesota in 1898, led a colorful life.  Known later as "Wild Bill," he overcame polio by hiking in the mountains and had four marriages.  He also had 36 years on the Supreme Court, being appointed a justice by President Roosevelt in 1939.  While on the court he was a leading advocate of individual rights.
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