JUDICIARY: Cardozo's Share

"I do not know how it will end," Benjamin Nathan Cardozo wrote in 1933. "I know that it has been an interesting time to live in, an interesting time in which to do my little share in translating into law the social and economic forces that clamor for expression." Having lived his time and done his share, as member and Chief Judge of the New York Court of Appeals and as Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of the United States, he died last week at 68, of a diseased heart.

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