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This edition of the Papers of Supreme Court Justices: Earl Warren, Part 1: Opinions as Chief Justice, Series B: 1962_1969, consists of the official written opinions of Earl Warren during the second half of his tenure as chief justice of the Supreme Court of the United States. The files contain opinions of the Court, concurrences, and dissents signed by Warren, as well as draft versions, briefs, memoranda and notes circulated among the Court_s justices, and related correspondence with law clerks and other justices. The collection begins with the Court_s October 1962 term and concludes with Warren_s final opinions, issued in June 1969, for cases heard during the October 1968 term, Warren_s last before retiring from the Court. The files are arranged chronologically by term and then alphabetically by case, with the exception of reapportionment and sit-in cases alphabetized by topic among the opinion files during the appropriate terms.

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