Business: Bond & Share Defense

Keen, mellow and eminent among Federal jurists is 70-year-old Julian William Mack, who sits on the U. S. Circuit Court in New York. A realistic Zionist, Judge Mack overcame his detestation of titular honors last summer to accept honorary presidency of the First World Jewish Congress in Geneva. Devoted to the sanity of the law, he has shown a liberalism no less profound, if less spectacular than that of his old friend, Supreme Court Justice Louis Brandeis. His decision in the famed anti-trust case against the Sugar Institute in 1934 stands as a...

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