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Jack Greenberg, Civil Rights Icon Who Argued Brown v. Board, Dies

After Thurgood Marshall left for the federal bench, Greenberg became the Legal Defense Fund's second director. Greenberg argued some of the biggest civil rights cases in front of the Supreme Court.
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