Press: Contempt in Kentucky

In Danville, Ky. 100 years ago was born John Marshall Harlan who rose to the U. S. Supreme Court bench, served there 33 years (1877-1911), won fame as a "great dissenter", a stern defender of civil liberty. Last fortnight in Danville (pop. 6,800) another Judge Harlan gazed sternly at two young men before him. He was Police Judge Jay W. Harlan, a third cousin. One of the young men was Jack Durham, 23, city editor of the Danville Advocate and local correspondent for Associated Press. The other was Wesley Carty, 23, correspondent...

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