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Thurman Arnold

AKA Thurman Wesley Arnold

Born: 2-Jun-1891
Birthplace: Laramie, WY
Died: 7-Nov-1969
Location of death: Alexandria, VA
Cause of death: unspecified
Remains: Buried, Greenhill Cemetery, Laramie, WY

Gender: Male
Race or Ethnicity: White
Sexual orientation: Straight
Occupation: Attorney

Nationality: United States
Executive summary: Trust-busting attorney

Military service: US National Guard (1917-19, in France)

Wife: Frances Longan Arnold (m. 4-Sep-1917, two sons)
Son: Thurman, Jr.
Son: George

    University: Wabash College (one year, transferred)
    University: BA, Princeton University (1911)
    Law School: LLB, Harvard Law School (1914)
    Lecturer: Law, University of Wyoming (1921-26)
    Administrator: Dean, College of Law, University of West Virginia (1927-30)
    Teacher: Yale University (1930-38)

    Arnold, Fortis & Porter Partner (1945-69)
    US Appeals Court Judge, DC Circuit (1943-45)
    US Justice Department Asst. Attorney General, Antitrust (1938-43)
    Mayor of Laramie, WY (1923-24)
    Wyoming State House of Representatives (1921)

Author of books:
The Symbols of Government (1935, nonfiction)
The Folklore of Capitalism (1937, nonfiction)
The Bottlenecks of Business (1940, nonfiction)
The Future of Democratic Capitalism (1950, economics)
Fair Fights and Foul: A Dissenting Lawyer's Life (1965, memoir)

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