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JUDICIARY: Security Secure

For the last time this session the Supreme Court (which adjourns for the season June 1) this week pronounced the fate of a major New Deal law. Expecting a...

Law: A New Book

THE GROWTH OF THE LAW—Benjamin N. Cardozo, LL.D.—Yale University Press ($1.75), must be regarded as a supplement to The Nature of the Judicial Process (1921)...

RACKS: Jews Who's Who

RACES Jews "Who's Who" The American Hebrew Magazine (weekly) published a "Who's Who" of Jewry, based on achievements in 1927. Two non-Jews had the honor of...

Obama Orders Gitmo Closed. Now the Hard Part

For those who have long advocated — and agitated for — the closure of the Guantanamo Bay prison camp, today is a day to savor. Keeping his campaign promise,...

Innocent, After Proven Guilty

Oklahoma junior high school science teacher Dennis Fritz never thought he would be convicted of raping and murdering his neighbor, 21-year-old Debra Sue Carter...

Books: Holy Horatio

STRUGGLING UPWARD AND OTHER WORKS —Horatio Alger Jr.—Crown Publishers ($3). Nothing recedes like success. In the field of juvenile literature, Horatio Alger...

Imaginary Interviews: Sep. 17, 1923

Samuel M. Ralston, U. S. Senator from Indiana: " In reporting an interview that one of their reporters had had with Mr. A. Mitchell Palmer, the New York...

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