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Name:    Cahill, Clyde S.
Profession:  Politician
Category:  African-American Experience
Description:    Judge Clyde S. Cahill was appointed to the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Missouri in 1980. Born in St. Louis and graduated from Vashon High School, Saint Louis University and Saint Louis University Law School, he went on to serve as counsel to the Missouri NAACP, regional attorney general for the Office of Economic Opportunity in Kansas City and executive director and general counsel to the Legal Aid Society. In 1968 he became the general manager of the St. Louis Human Development Corporation. In 1975, he was named circuit judge of the 22nd judicial circuit in Missouri.

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