SUPREME COURT: Definitions

When the Supreme Court adjourned last week it put behind it a milestone in U. S. judicial history. But milestones, evidences as they are of progress, are not necessarily landmarks standing on the high places of the historical scene. Only rarely does the Supreme Court settle a case which is obviously a turning point, a judicial epoch. None the less from day to day and decision to decision change and progress are continually developing, of which the full significance may not be generally realized until later.

Such was the work from October...

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