Roger Sherman Hoar





Roger Sherman Hoar


Born
April 08, 1887

Died
October 10, 1963


The Harvard-educated Hoar was the product of a remarkable New England family—the son of Sherman Hoar, grandson of former US Attorney General Ebenezer Rockwood Hoar, great-grandson of Samuel Hoar, and great-great grandson of American founding father Roger Sherman, a signer of the Declaration of Independence -- as well as a remarkable individual in his own right. Hoar was an organizer and major force behind the enactment of the Employee Unemployment Benefits Act, served on the Commission to Compile Information & Data, 1917, taught mathematics and engineering, patented a system for aiming large guns by the stars, and authored landmark works on constitutional and patent law.

Under the pseudonym Ralph Milne Farley, Hoar wrote a considerable a
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Conditional Sales: Law and ...

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