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 Who was Lincoln's attorney general?

Answer During Lincoln's first term his attorney general was Edward Bates and during his second term it was James Speed.
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Job Description of an Attorney General?

The title attorney general often describes the chief law enforcement officer in government, whether it be on the federal, state or local level. The attorney general also acts as the country's repre... Read More »
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Who is the federal attorney general?

The United States attorney general, as of May 2010, is Eric H. Holder Jr., who was sworn into the post in February 2009. Holder was a deputy attorney general in the Clinton administration and the f... Read More »
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What are the duties of the US attorney general?

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Who was the US attorney general in 1903?

James Clark McReynolds, he was appointed by Roosevelt. He served from 1903 to 1907
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