Biddle, Francis

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  • Francis Beverley Biddle (1886–1968), a federal appeals court judge, solicitor general, and U.S. attorney general, has been generally praised for his temperate balancing of freedom and security during World War II.

    Born in 1886 in Paris while his parents were living abroad, Biddle ...

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