Wednesday, February 23, 2005
Our Newest Op Ed-By Michael M. Bates
- By Michael M. Bates
Members of the Supreme Court traditionally toil in relative obscurity. Chief Justice William Rehnquist is no exception.
In the early 70s President Richard Nixon mistakenly called him "Renchburg" in a conversation. Only a few months later, Mr. Nixon, presumably now knowing the man's actual name, nominated him to the Supreme Court.
William Rehnquist has served on the court for over 30 years. More than half that time, he's been the chief justice. Still, most Americans don't know who he is, despite the substantial influence he's had on the United States and its people............
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