Law: Minneapolis Congress

Meeting at Minneapolis, the American Bar Association for the 46th time took counsel with itself. The Monroe Doctrine, the World Court, the Supreme Court, Radicalism, Trade, etc., etc., were discussed by such well known members as Messrs. Taft, Davis, Butler, Wickersham, Hughes, and the visiting Lord Birkenhead and Dr. E. S. Zeballos of Argentina. John W. Davis, President, opened the ceremonies with an orthodox defense of the Supreme Court. He made obvious reference to a recent article by Frank I. Cobb (Editor of The New York World) on Our Stagnant Democracy* and denied that...

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