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Oral history.; Transcript for interview conducted on May 17, 1972 with Associate Justice Thomas Pickens Brady, of the Supreme Court of Mississippi in his chambers in Jackson, Mississippi. This is the second part of an interview conducted on March 4, 1972 with Judge Brady. Brady discusses a wide range of topics including the Black Monday decision, the Communist threat, the development of Mississippi, and the terms of various political officials. He goes on to recite three of his personal poems. In the addendum of this interview Brady reflects on some aspects of democracy as well as giving a commentary on modern politics and the Democratic Party.

1972-03-04; 1972-05-17; 1972-08-10

Oral history.; Transcript of interview conducted on March 4, 1972 with Associate Justice Thomas Pickens Brady, of the Supreme Court of Mississippi in his chambers in Jackson, Mississippi. Brady was born on August 6, 1903, in New Orleans, Louisiana. He graduated with a baccalaureate degree from Yale University in 1927. He later received a LL.B. degree from the University of Mississippi Law School in 1930. After practicing law in Brookhaven, Mississippi between 1930 and 1950, Brady served as Circuit Judge of the 14th Judicial District from 1950 to 1963. He served as a Democratic National Committeeman from 1960 to 1964. Brady was involved in the Dixiecrats, or States' Rights Democratic Party. He filled a vacancy in the Mississippi Supreme Court in July 1963 and then was re-elected to a full term commencing January of 1969. In his book, Black Monday, he explains his views of an elective Supreme Court.

1972-03-04; 1972-05-17; 1972-08-10

Oral history.; Interview conducted on March 4, 1972 with Associate Justice Thomas Pickens Brady, of the Supreme Court of Mississippi in his chambers in Jackson, Mississippi. Brady was born on August 6, 1903, in New Orleans, Louisiana. He graduated with a baccalaureate degree from Yale University in 1927. He later received a LL.B. degree from the University of Mississippi Law School in 1930. After practicing law in Brookhaven, Mississippi between 1930 and 1950, Brady served as Circuit Judge of the 14th Judicial District from 1950 to 1963. He served as a Democratic National Committeeman from 1960 to 1964. Brady was involved in the Dixiecrats, or States' Rights Democratic Party. He filled a vacancy in the Mississippi Supreme Court in July 1963 and then was re-elected to a full term commencing January of 1969. In his book, Black Monday, he explains his views of an elective Supreme Court.

1972-03-04; 1972-05-17; 1972-08-10

Oral history.; Interview conducted on March 4, 1972 with Associate Justice Thomas Pickens Brady, of the Supreme Court of Mississippi in his chambers in Jackson, Mississippi. Brady was born on August 6, 1903, in New Orleans, Louisiana. He graduated with a baccalaureate degree from Yale University in 1927. He later received a LL.B. degree from the University of Mississippi Law School in 1930. After practicing law in Brookhaven, Mississippi between 1930 and 1950, Brady served as Circuit Judge of the 14th Judicial District from 1950 to 1963. He served as a Democratic National Committeeman from 1960 to 1964. Brady was involved in the Dixiecrats, or States' Rights Democratic Party. He filled a vacancy in the Mississippi Supreme Court in July 1963 and then was re-elected to a full term commencing January of 1969. In his book, Black Monday, he explains his views of an elective Supreme Court.

1972-03-04; 1972-05-17; 1972-08-10

Oral history.; Interview conducted on March 4, 1972 with Associate Justice Thomas Pickens Brady, of the Supreme Court of Mississippi in his chambers in Jackson, Mississippi. Brady was born on August 6, 1903, in New Orleans, Louisiana. He graduated with a baccalaureate degree from Yale University in 1927. He later received a LL.B. degree from the University of Mississippi Law School in 1930. After practicing law in Brookhaven, Mississippi between 1930 and 1950, Brady served as Circuit Judge of the 14th Judicial District from 1950 to 1963. He served as a Democratic National Committeeman from 1960 to 1964. Brady was involved in the Dixiecrats, or States' Rights Democratic Party. He filled a vacancy in the Mississippi Supreme Court in July 1963 and then was re-elected to a full term commencing January of 1969. In his book, Black Monday, he explains his views of an elective Supreme Court.

1972-03-04; 1972-05-17; 1972-08-10

Oral history.; Interview conducted on March 4, 1972 with Associate Justice Thomas Pickens Brady, of the Supreme Court of Mississippi in his chambers in Jackson, Mississippi. Brady was born on August 6, 1903, in New Orleans, Louisiana. He graduated with a baccalaureate degree from Yale University in 1927. He later received a LL.B. degree from the University of Mississippi Law School in 1930. After practicing law in Brookhaven, Mississippi between 1930 and 1950, Brady served as Circuit Judge of the 14th Judicial District from 1950 to 1963. He served as a Democratic National Committeeman from 1960 to 1964. Brady was involved in the Dixiecrats, or States' Rights Democratic Party. He filled a vacancy in the Mississippi Supreme Court in July 1963 and then was re-elected to a full term commencing January of 1969. In his book, Black Monday, he explains his views of an elective Supreme Court.

1972-03-04; 1972-05-17; 1972-08-10

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