1919 – Born on March 30th in Boston, Massachusetts. 1950 – Married to Mary Buckminster Lothrop. 1953 – Was the Dean of Arts and Sciences in Harvard University. 1961 – Became the White House National Security Advisor. 1966 – Was the president of Ford Foundation for 13 years. 1967 – Was a member of Alfalfa ..
1838 – Born on May 10th in Belfast, Ireland. British politician, diplomat, and historian best known for his highly successful ambassadorship to the United States and for his study of the U.S. Constitution, The American Commonwealth, which remains a classic. 1862-1870 – Received his B.A. and Ph.D. in civil law at Trinity College, Oxford. ..
1955 – Carol M. Browner, born on the 16th of December in South Florida. She is the longest serving administrator in the history of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). 1977 – Graduated from the University of Florida and then earned a degree from its law school. 1980 – She served as General Counsel for ..
1778 – Brougham was born in Edinburgh on the 19th of September. 1800 – Brougham chose law as his profession, and was admitted to the Faculty of Advocates. 1803 – He gained such a reputation, he was elected a Fellow of the Royal Society at the age of only 25. – He quickly ..
1886 – Born Hugo LaFayette Black on the 27th of February. American politician and jurist, best known for his belief in the Bill of Rights as a guarantee of civil liberties. – Attended at Ashland College, Ashland, Alabama. 1906 – Finished law at University of Alabama School of Law, LL.B. – ..
1856 – Born on the 29th of November in Hohenfinow, Prussia now Germany. German imperial chancellor before and during World War I who possessed talents for administration but not for governing. 1905 – He was appointed Prussian minister of the interior. 1907 – He was state secretary in the Imperial Office of the Interior. 1909 ..
British Welsh labor leader and politician 1897 – Born on the 15th of November in Tredegar, Monmouthshire. 1916 – He was head of his local Miners’ Lodge. 1919 – Won a scholarship to the Central Labour College in London. 1921 – Founded that the Tredegar Iron and Coal Company refused to ..
Maurice Barrès was a French novelist, right-wing politician, anti-semite, agitator, journalist. 1862 – Maurice Barrès was born 22nd of September at Charmes-sur-Moselle, Vosges. 1888-1891 – He wrote Sous l’œil des barbares, the first volume of a trilogie du moi (also called Le Culte du moi or The Cult of the Ego), completed by Un Homme ..
1877 – Alben William Barkley was born in a log cabin near Lowes, Graves County, Kentucky. 1897 – Barkley studied in Marvin College, Clinton, Kentucky. He took up law in the University of Virginia Law School, Charlottesville, Virginia. 1903 – Alben William Barkley married Dorothy Brower. 1913-1927 – He served as U.S. Congressman, Kentucky. 1927-1949 ..
British statesman, Prime Minister 1867 – Born on the 3rd of August in Lower Park House, Lower Park, Bewdley in Worcestershire. 1906 – Contested Kidderminster but lost amidst the Conservative landslide defeat. 1908 – Succeeded his deceased father, Alfred Baldwin, as Member of Parliament (MP) for Bewdley. 1917 – Appointed to the junior ministerial post ..