Samuel D. Jackson

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According to Wikipedia, Samuel Dillon Jackson was an American attorney and politician from Indiana. He was the Attorney General of Indiana from 1940 to 1941, and briefly served as a United States Senator in 1944. Early life Jackson was born in Lafayette Township, Allen County, Indiana on May 28, 1895, the son of Reverend Isaiah H. Jackson and Minnie Jackson. He attended the public schools of Fort Wayne and graduated from the city's Central High School in 1914. He then attended Indiana Law School , from which he received his LL.B. degree in 1917. Later that year, Jackson was admitted to the bar. He delayed the commencement of a law practice in order to enter the military for World War I.

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