6 edition of Brandeis; the personal history of an American ideal. found in the catalog.
Brandeis; the personal history of an American ideal.
Bibliography: p. 489-497.
|LC Classifications||KF8745.B67 L5 1971|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||508|
|LC Control Number||72169768|
William Morris The Ideal Book By the ideal book, I suppose we are to understand a book not limited by commercial exigencies of price: we can do what we like with it, according to what its nature, as a book, demands of Art. But we may conclude, I think, that its maker will limit us somewhat; a work on differential calculus, a medical work, a. This distinctive, full-scale biography focuses on Brandeis's intertwined and multifaceted career as a leader in the legal profession, a social and economic reformer, a key player in the American Zionist movement, and a justice of the U.S. Supreme Court, the latter accounting for the last third of the book/5(4).
The principle which protects personal writings and any other productions of the intellect or of the emotions, is the right to privacy, and the law has no new principle to formulate when it extends this protection to the personal appearance, sayings, acts, and to . This book will undoubtedly be widely read, as it should be; and as it is read, the Brandeis influence will be strengthened and prolonged in American life. Such a work is a major contribution to society, as well as a source of unending pleasure to the reader.”Brand: Plunkett Lake Press.
Our congratulations to Daniel Liebman, American Studies major and graduate, for his outstanding work as commencement speaker for the 61st Commencement exercises at Brandeis on A full video of his speech is featured on BrandeisNow. Watch it here. The constitution and the crash. Louis D. Brandeis: A Life By Melvin I. Urofsky (Pantheon, pp., $40) I. In , Herbert Croly, the founder and editor of The New Republic, wrote to Willard.
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Biography of Justice Louis D. Brandeis written while he was still on the Court. It was designed to tell the story of his motivations: his enlistment as an insurgent by Robert La Follete, the bitter fight against his confirmation, his friendship with Oliver Wendell Holmes, and his passion for the Jeffersonian ideal of democracy and his belief that the Constitution was a living charter to be Cited by: 4.
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By Alfred Lief Reviewed By Brandeis: the Personal History of an American Ideal. By Alfred Lief. pp, Stackpole, Purchase. Get the Magazine. Save up. The Individual in History makes perfect sense as homage to an extraordinary man and scholar." --"Modern Judaism" CHAERAN Y. FREEZE is professor of Near Eastern and Judaic studies and Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies at Brandeis University.
SYLVIA FUKS FRIED is Executive Director of the Tauber Institute at Brandeis University. Jeffrey Rosen's excellent personal and intellectual biography of Supreme Court Justice Louis D.
Brandeis is an accessible and short book that was a great portrait into a life that means so much for today's political situation/5. Brandeis's statement was greeted by his Boston audience with great enthusiasm; "matched by the incredulity of his relatives in Louisville." (Alfred Lief, Brandeis, The Personal History of an American Ideal, New York,p.
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The book contains insights into Brandeis’s private life as well. He was a private man who destroyed much of his personal correspondence, however, Urofsky did receive from Brandeis’s granddaughter letters he wrote to his fiancée, Alice. “He could be, to people who didn’t know him well, cold and austere,” Urofsky said.
Louis Dembitz Brandeis (/ ˈ b r æ n d aɪ s /; Novem – October 5, ) was an American lawyer and associate justice on the Supreme Court of the United States from to He was born in Louisville, Kentucky, to Jewish immigrant parents from Bohemia (now in the Czech Republic), who raised him in a secular home.
He attended Harvard Law School, Education: Harvard University (LLB). the admiring to the hagiographical. Alfred Leif, Personal History of an American Ideal (New York: Stackpole Sons, ); Alpheus T.
Mason, Brandeis: A Free Man's Life (New York: Viking Press, ); Melvin I. Urofsky, A Mind of One Piece: Brandeis and American Reform (New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, ); and Urofsky.
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Alfred Lief, Brandeis: The Personal History of an American Ideal (New York, N.Y.: Stackpole Sons, ) Alfred Lief, editor, The Social & Economic Views of Mr. Justice Brandeis (New York, N.Y.: The Vanguard Press, ) Jacob Rader Marcus, Louis Brandeis (Twayne Publishing, ) Alpheus Thomas Mason, Brandeis: A Free Man's Life (New York, N.Y Born: NovemLouisville, Kentucky.
My take on the book will be different from almost all others, and is a very personal one. My father studied this and Brandeis' work in at NYU.
Without knowing it, I started teaching both inand NOW I find the basis for how business (and politics) was conducted in the 20th Century. What a revelation.
And what a mind Louis Brandeis had!Cited by: Louis Dembitz Brandeis (/ˈbrændaɪs/; Novem – October 5, ) was an American lawyer and Associate Justice on the Supreme Court of the United States from to He was born in Louisville, Kentucky, to Jewish immigrant parents from Bohemia, who raised him in a secular home.
He enrolled at Harvard Law School, graduating at the age of. Louis D. Brandeis: A Biographical Sketch with Special Reference to his Contributions to Jewish and Zionist History.
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The (—) American Jewish Year Book (p. 69) did include Brandeis in its biographical sketches of prominent Jews but with a revealing asterisk: Brandeis had not responded to the Year Book's repeated requests for in formation.
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