"It was the wish of the late Supreme Court Justice Thurgood Marshall that he be remembered simply as one who 'did what he could with what he had.' What he did was to become the most noted civil rights attorney and advocate of the poor and disadvantaged of the 20th century."
from Ruth Johnson Hill's "Mr. Justice Thurgood Marshall 1908-1993: A Bio-Bibliographic Research Guide"
published in the 20 Southern University Law Review 113, Spring, 1993. Accessed through WestlawNext.
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