JUDICIARY: Marble v. Velvet (Cont'd)

Marble v. Velvet (Cont'd)

In the early days of 1933 when frozen assets had put most U. S. banks in hot water, the general counsel of RFC frequently used to spend 18 hours a day on the legal problems of bank relief. Even in those busy days, though, Stanley Forman Reed was under less strain than he was last week. Since he became U. S. Solicitor General last March, he has fought one great case on behalf of the New Deal—the Schechter (NIRA) Case—and lost.

As the Supreme Court last week continued the...

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