THE CABINET: Mr. Murphy's Heart

Attorney General Frank Murphy last week announced that he had appointed a man (he wouldn't say whom) to study the idea of setting up a special division in the Department of Justice to do a new job—protect civil liberties. He said that protecting the rights of a "protesting and insecure" people was a matter close to his heart. > Frank D. Fitzgerald, Mr. Murphy's successor as Governor of Michigan, last week asked his legislature to outlaw sit-down strikes, of which his predecessor had plenty.


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