FORTAS

AcronymDefinition
FORTASForward Observation Remote Target Acquisition System
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Justice Fortas said that 'First Amendment rights [in the US.
How do you think Fortas and the other justices who ruled in favor of the Tinkers would have ruled in the cases discussed in these sidebars?
At the high court, Fortas was a key figure in bringing the case to the national stage.
Men like Fortas, a brilliant Yale Law School grad from a modest background who owned multiple homes and Rolls-Royces, set a new lifestyle standard in Washington.
Fortas based that conclusion on two important liberty decisions from the first half of the 20th century in which the court struck down laws against teaching German and against sending children to parochial schools.
In 1968, Chief Justice Earl Warren declared his intention to step down, but President Lyndon Johnson's choice to succeed him, Justice Abe Fortas, was blocked by the Senate.
Speaking for the majority, Justice Abe Fortas at the time wrote that the "symbolic speech" expressed by Mary's armband "may start an argument or cause a disturbance, but our constitution says we have to take this risk", adding that "schools cannot be enclaves of totalitarianism".
In his words, Artec representatives are meeting with representatives of Lithuanian companies Kalvis, Plieno Fortas, Stevila, AQ Wiring Systems, MFilter, and Nametas.
(20.) Slama, A., Fortas, Z., Neffati, M., Khabar, L., Boudabous A.
Bush nominated Clarence Thomas to replace retiring liberal justice Abe Fortas.
In 1968, Chief Justice Earl Warren made clear his intention to resign and Democratic President Lyndon Johnson sought to elevate then-Associate Justice Abe Fortas, who had been a close confidant.