Former Associate Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court
Con to the question "Should Prostitution Be Legal?"
"There can be no doubt as to what class was aimed at by the clause forbidding the importation of alien women for purposes of 'prostitution.' It refers to women who, for hire or without hire, offer their bodies to indiscriminate intercourse with men. The lives and example of such persons are in hostility to 'the idea of the family as consisting in and springing from the union for life of one man and one woman in the holy estate of matrimony; the sure foundation of all that is stable and noble in our civilization; the best guaranty of that reverent morality which is the source of all beneficent progress in social and political improvement.'"
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Involvement and Affiliations:
Associate Justice, U.S. Supreme Court, 1877-1911
Republican candidate for Governor, Kentucky, 1875
Attorney General, Kentucky, 1863-1867
Colonel, Union Army, 1861-1863
Candidate, U.S. House of Representatives, 1859
Franklin County Judge, Kentucky, 1858
Started career as attorney, 1852
Member, Beta Theta Pi
Member, Whig Party
Member, Republican Party
Law, Transylvania University, 1853
Centre College, 1850
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