THE JUDICIARY: The Overriding Loyalty

"I was home eating my junior food," said K. C. Adams, editor of the Mine Workers Journal. "It's already chewed—lamb and vegetables, chopped liver and prunes and applesauce that looks like gunpowder." Mr. Adams has a delicate stomach. "I asked Lillie [Mrs. Adams] to fix me some tea. She made it out of one of those little tea balls." Mr. Adams made the motions of gently dipping a tea ball into a cup, " 'Lillie,' I said, 'this tea with no leaves won't do me no good. I need the leaves and a gypsy...

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