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The Marshall Court (1801–35)

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What attorney argued the case for Dartmouth College?

Former U.S. representative Daniel Webster of New Hampshire (and future U.S. representative and senator from Massachusetts) successfully argued the case for Dartmouth College. He was particularly passionate in his argument, because he had graduated from Dartmouth in 1801.



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