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The Legacy of Federal Judge Prentice Marshall

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The late Judge Marshall played a key role in many controversial decisions, including getting the City of Chicago to integrate its police force and forbidding the INS from forcibly interrogating Hispanics about the status of their citizenship. Northwestern University professor and former federal courts reporter Adrienne Drell joins us to reflect on Marshall's legal career. Marshall passed away in May 2004 at the age of 77.

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