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Religion: The Oasis

Among the sun-baked hills of Santa Susana, covered with rough brush and scrub oak, the priests and prophets of ancient Israel might walk without surprise; such...

THE ADMINISTRATION: Understudy

For the second time in nine months, the State Department got a house cleaning. Secretary Stettinius had brought a whole new team with him last December. Now...

Education: Lowell's Lessons

Octogenarian Abbott Lawrence Lowell, Harvard's ex-president (1909-1933), has spent a long and active life disproving the axiom that a burned child dreads the...

Law: Admitted

During the past fortnight, the Nation's press has vociferously applauded two ambitious young barristers. Miss Susan Brandeis, daughter of Mr. Associate...

Law Schools: From the Mouths of Babes

Alarmed at the new age of prying photographers and gossip columnists, the two young Boston lawyers warned that "the question of whether our law will recognize...

Torts: The Case of the Bugged Bedroom

Carl and May Hamberger lived in Gilford, N.H. (pop. 2,000), in a rented house belonging to Chicken Farmer Clifford C. Eastman. When they found their bedroom...

Business: End of the Bigness Bugaboo

As any businessman knows, a cardinal tenet of New and Fair Deal gospel was that a big company was probably bad, i.e., it was tarred with monopolistic sin. Many...

People: High Authority

Hooperator C. (for Claude) E. (for Ernest) Hooper concluded that television was a fine influence on U.S. family life. Speaking in Louisville, Ky., he said:...

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