THE PRESIDENCY: Rosenmcm to the Rescue

Franklin Roosevelt, sailing mysteriously to sea (see p.16), left behind him big, unpublished news last week: he had at last decided that the time was ripe to do something final about the staggering, boggling defense program. And the man the President had chosen to outline the cleanup was his most intimate adviser, Samuel Irving Rosenman, a judge of New York's Supreme Court.

Judge Rosenrnan is a quiet, shy, almost anonymous jurist. Texas-born, Jewish, 45, married, with two sons. He dislikes physical effort, delights in mental exercise. Scholarly, retiring, an easy conversationalist,...

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