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JUDICIARY: Black Scandal

In London last week, Associate Justice Hugo La Fayette Black of the U. S. Supreme Court spent some of the last days of his European holiday shopping for...

The Nation: The Judgments of Hugo Black

ON THE RIGHT TO COUNSEL. The right of one charged with crime to counsel may not be deemed fundamental and essential to fair trials in some countries, but it is...

JUDICIARY: Nominee No. 93

By last month the gentlemen of the Department of Justice had combed their wits and the nation, and compiled a list of some 60 men. Further probing into the...

Time Essay: ON CHOOSING JUSTICES

IN recent years, students of the U.S. Supreme Court would leaf through new decisions in hopes of finding an opinion written by Hugo Black or John Harlan. Their...

JUDICIARY: Wrath without Dignity

Fred Vinson had scarcely got news of his new appointment—as the "peacekeeping" Chief Justice—when a sample of the thing which confronts him blew up in his...

The Nation: ... One Step Back

While the Nixon Administration took a relatively favorable position in an integration case last week, the Supreme Court came out on the other side in a decision...

The Law: Ambivalence on Abortion

By legislative repeals and lower-court decisions, U.S. abortion crusaders have lately seemed to be winning their case for liberalized laws all over the country...

Letters: Oct. 16, 1964

Justice Black's Record Sir: That was an extraordinarily good cover piece on Black and the Supreme Court. Although you quite properly quote Paul Freund,...

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