JUDICIARY: Second Stage

Few antipathies in U. S. politics have been so significant as that between the present U. S. Secretary of Agriculture, who looks homespun in a marble office, and the present Supreme Court of the U. S., whose Chief Justice would look Jovian in a rumble seat. They tangled from the beginning of the Great Court Battle, when Henry Agard Wallace charged that in ordering the return of $200,000,000 of AAA's invalidated processing taxes, the Supreme Court had authorized "the greatest legal steal in history." Since then the Court has come to terms with...

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