Law: A. B. A. Rival

Officers of the American Bar Association met in Grand Rapids in 1933 and inaugurated a National Bar Program designed to put "on a firmer footing the position of leadership in the affairs of state . . . belonging to the lawyer, but which he now stands in danger of losing." Expressly, the officers wanted to make the A. B. A. representative of all U. S. lawyers, planned State and local participation in the A. B. A.'s policy-making House of Delegates (see above). And, boomed the reigning A. B. A. president, West Virginia's Clarence Eugene...

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