Letters, Mar. 25, 1935

Notes on an Incorrigible Sirs:

Gratified by your account of Internal Revenue Bureau's general counsel, Robert H. Jackson (TIME, March 11, p. 17), I wish it might have told more.

A proudly claimed cousin, too many times removed, Bob Jackson has long been a focus of admiration, is held in high regard by clients and colleagues by reason of his talents for incisive cross-examination and for graceful, literate and pointed oratory. . . .

Shrewd balancer of the real values in life, he had declined to become Democratic nominee for New York's attorney-generalship,...

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