1. Louis Brandeis was never a practising Jew, but he was a passionate convert to Zionism.
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2. Louis Brandeis was born in 1856, into a family of non-religious Jews a few years after they emigrated from Germany to the United States.
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4. Louis Brandeis realised that his main difficulty was that the Supreme Court, with a conservative majority, had decided only three years earlier that a New York state law forbidding long hours in a bakery was in breach of the constitution.
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5. Louis Brandeis was deeply disturbed by these developments and decided that he could not accept responsibility for the work of the World Organization; he consented to continue as honorary president only when persuaded that his withdrawal would have serious implications for the safety of the Jews in Eastern Europe.
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6. Louis Brandeis took part in the effort to bring legal protections to industrial workers, and as part of this effort he contributed a major idea to the Supreme Court legal process.
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8. Louis Brandeis married Alice Goldmark in 1891, and they had two daughters.
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10. Louis Brandeis took part in the effort to bring legal protections to industrial laborers, and as part of this effort he contributed a major concept to Supreme Court litigation.
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12. At the age of 18, Louis Brandeis entered Harvard Law School, where he completed a three-year program in two years.
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15. In 1914, Louis Brandeis published Other People's Money—and How the Bankers Use It, a denunciation of trusts and investment banking.
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21. Louis Brandeis was educated at private and public schools in Louisville, at the Annen Realschule in Dresden, Germany, in 1874 and 1875, and at the Harvard Law School, from which he received his LL.
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26. In 1890, Louis Brandeis argued, in what became one of the most famous Harvard Law review articles in history, that a right to privacy was inherent in American law.
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28. Louis Brandeis married Alice Goldmark, with whom he had two daughters.
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29. Louis Brandeis graduated from high school at the age of 14 and attended college first in Kentucky, and then in Germany when his father relocated the family overseas.
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30. Louis Brandeis was born in Kentucky on November 13, 1856.
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33. Louis Brandeis brought his influence to bear on the Wilson administration in the negotiations leading up to the Balfour Declaration and the Paris Peace Conference.
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37. Louis Brandeis served as Wilson's chief economic adviser from 1912 until 1916.
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39. Louis Brandeis left the meeting a "confirmed admirer" of Wilson, who he said was likely to make 'an "ideal president.
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42. Louis Brandeis spoke publicly to Boston's citizens warning them that the New Haven "sought to monopolize the transportation of New England.
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51. In 1890, Louis Brandeis became engaged to his second cousin Alice Goldmark, of New York.
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52. Louis Brandeis defined modern notions of the individual right to privacy in a path-breaking article he published with his partner, Warren, in the Harvard Law Review of December 15, 1890, on "The Right to Privacy.
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59. Louis Brandeis attended Harvard Law School, graduating at the age of 20 with what is widely rumored to be the highest grade average in the law school's history.
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60. Louis Brandeis was born in Louisville, Kentucky, to Jewish immigrant parents from Bohemia, who raised him in a secular home.
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