GREECE: Ideal Justice

On a hard wooden bench in a stuffy, sweltering Athenian courtroom last week sat white-haired old Samuel Insull and alert young Forest Harness, the special assistant U. S. Attorney General sent to Greece to fetch Exile Insull home (TIME, Sept. 26, 1932 et seq.).

Quarry Insull and Hunter Harness both looked worried as the extradition hearing neared its end. "Chestnuts!" shrieked street vendors clearly audible in the courtroom, "Hot roasted chestnuts! Psitá kástana!"

Several times during the long, passionate proceedings Presiding Judge Panegyrakis and his four colleagues on the Greek Court of Appeals...

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