As you might know, I write about Robert H. Jackson (1892-1954), United States Supreme Court Justice and Nuremberg chief prosecutor of Nazi war criminals following World War II. Jackson is one of the most enduringly significant lives of the 20th century. Among other things, I am a Jackson biographer, discoverer and editor of his acclaimed book That Man on President Franklin D. Roosevelt (which also is a Jackson autobiography), author of many articles on Jackson, a regular lecturer across the U.S. and internationally on Jackson and related topics, and a fellow and board member at the Robert H. Jackson Center in Jamestown, New York.
An outgrowth of all that is that I email a few notes each month, on Justice Jackson, the Supreme Court, Nuremberg, and/or related topics, to “The Jackson List.” It is a one-way, private email list that reaches many thousands of direct subscribers—teachers, students, scholars, lawyers, Judges, and other learners—and, through their forwarding, reposting, blogging, etc., many others around the world.
In the past, I have used this blog site to post items as they are sent to The Jackson List. But it has migrated to a new platform and better technology. (Thank you, IT aces!) So from now on, new Jackson List posts will go by email to The Jackson List and, simultaneously, be posted on its archive site—
To subscribe to The Jackson List, sign up there, or send me an email.
Thanks very much for your interest, and for spreading the word.