National Affairs: Living Room Chat

In the Washington suburb of Chevy Chase, the modest neighborhood of Barnaby is inhabited by citizens whose salaries mostly range from $5,000 to $10,000 a year. Nonetheless, the substantial red-brick house at 3122 Tennyson N. W., home of R.F.C. Counsel Claude E. Hamilton Jr., with its green shuttered windows and cement walk much like its neighbors, was one evening last week the scene of history in the making. A Diamond Taxi drove up to 3122 Tennyson, and stopped. Out of the taxi stepped Lawyer Hamilton and Associate Justice Hugo LaFayette Black of...

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