A Falling Out: The Relationship Between Oliver Wendell Holmes and Theodore Roosevelt

@article{Wagner2002AFO,
  title={A Falling Out: The Relationship Between Oliver Wendell Holmes and Theodore Roosevelt},
  author={Richard Wagner},
  journal={Journal of Supreme Court History},
  year={2002},
  volume={27}
}
  • R. Wagner
  • Published 1 July 2002
  • History, Law
  • Journal of Supreme Court History
Theodore Roosevelt is often credited with founding and shaping the modern American presidency. With his appointment of Oliver Wendell Holmes to the Supreme Court of the United States, Roosevelt also set in motion a force that would transform the judiciary. However, it did not go as Roosevelt had planned. Holmes' refusal to conform to Roosevelt's desires in Northern Securities Co. v. United States demonstrated that Holmes was his own man and not Roosevelt's instrument. The decision brought an… 
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