JUDICIARY: Visibility Poor

The three subordinates on whom President Roosevelt depends to win his Senate victories are Majority Leader Joseph T. Robinson of Arkansas, the bull-voiced, heavy-fisted field commander; Pat Harrison of Mississippi, the shrewd committee and cloakroom horsetrader; and James F. Byrnes of South Carolina, the suave personal envoy. All three were present one noon last week when Senator Robinson summoned newsmen to his office to discuss the President's breathtaking proposal for rejuvenating the Judiciary (TIME, Feb. 15). Talk skimmed over various features of the plan. "Speaking solely for Joe Robinson." the 64-year-old...

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