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200th Anniversary of the Office of Attorney General: 1789-1989
Dick Thornburgh (pf)
Under our Constitution, we frequently remind ourselves we are a govít. of laws & not of men. But back in 1789, Congress, in its wisdom, passed the Judiciary Act that assigned one man, the Attorney General (AG), to tell the govít. what the law is. Over the next 200 years, 76 AG grappled with that daunting assignment. The Justice Dept. issued this vol. to commemorate the 200th Anniversary of the Office of AG. Contents: Introduction; Listing of Attorneys General; Learned in the Law: The AG 1789-1870; Who Sues for Justice: The AG After 1870; Recent Decades: 1953-1989; A Commemoration: 200 Years; & Tomorrow: Growth & Change: A Commemorative Address by The Honorable Dick Thornburgh, AG of the U.S. Black & white portraits.
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