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  1. Roger Brooke Taney fue el quinto presidente de la Corte Suprema de los Estados Unidos desde 1836 hasta su muerte en 1864. Emitió la opinión de la mayoría en el caso de Dred Scott contra Sandford, dictaminando que los afroestadounidenses no podían ser ciudadanos y que el Congreso no podía prohibir la esclavitud en los territorios de los Estados Unidos. Antes de servir en la Corte Suprema, Taney, sirvió como fiscal general de los Estados Unidos y secretario del Tesero de los Estados ...

  2. Roger B. Taney. Roger Brooke Taney ( / ˈtɔːni /; March 17, 1777 – October 12, 1864) was the fifth chief justice of the United States, holding that office from 1836 until his death in 1864. Although an opponent of slavery, believing it to be an evil practice, Taney believed that it was not the place of the court or the federal government to remedy ...

  3. Roger B. Taney, in full Roger Brooke Taney, (born March 17, 1777, Calvert county, Maryland, U.S.—died October 12, 1864, Washington, D.C.), fifth chief justice of the Supreme Court of the United States, remembered principally for the Dred Scott decision (1857). He was the first Roman Catholic to serve on the Supreme Court.

  4. Roger B. Taney (1833 - 1834) Roger B. Taney (1777 - 1864) entered President Jackson's Cabinet as Attorney General in 1831 and was Jackson's legal advisor during the President's crusade against the Second Bank of the United States. After Jackson was reelected in 1832, Taney advised him to withdraw the Government's deposits from the Bank.

  5. Roger B. Taney. One of the most controversial figures in the decades leading up to the Civil War, Roger Brooke Taney was born on March 17, 1777, into a prominent slave-owning family in Calvert County, Maryland. Taney studied law at Dickinson College, graduating in 1795 after being elected class valedictorian.

  6. Roger B. Taney, (born March 17, 1777, Calvert county, Md., U.S.—died Oct. 12, 1864, Washington, D.C.), U.S. jurist. A lawyer from 1801, he served in Maryland’s legislature before being named state attorney general (1827–31).

  7. Taney served as Chief Justice of the United States for nearly thirty years, from 1835 to 1864. But this was a period of bitter sectional controversy over slavery, and Taney’s pro-slavery decisions have since seriously tarnished his reputation. Originally from Maryland, Taney had been a slaveholder until he emancipated his own slaves in 1818.

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