Law: Reply

After having filled its columns, day after day last November, with the unsavory details of a matrimonial law action that involved miscegenation, the New York World despatched a scorching editorial reprimand at the heads of the prosecuting attorneys for ever having taken the case to court (TIME, Dec. 7). The World spoke of "the larger interests" of the attorneys' client (the family of Leonard Kip Rhinelander, of Manhattan); maintained that the "realities of the affair lay in a realm of feeling of which the actors themselves were hardly aware"; protested that since...

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