Last Roundup

For four years Thurman Wesley Arnold (ex-Yale law professor, former mayor of Laramie, Wyo.) had ridden herd on trusts like a paunchy cowboy. He had corralled more monopolies, obtained more indictments of corporations and labor unions than any other man in history. Last week his trust-busting rodeo was over. To the Senate the President sent his nomination to be an associate justice of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia.

In the Justice Department's Anti-Trust division, the irreverent, irrepressible Assistant Attorney General had long since reached a dead...

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