Letters, Jul. 8, 1957

Dissent, With Comment

Sir:

Is there any ideal way we can legally get rid of Chief Justice Warren ?

MRS. E. TORKILSEN

Kenai, Alaska

Sir:

In the Du Pont case the majority of the court tortured the Clayton " ct to arrive at its decision. The opinion of the minority was not only good law but. was ?rood. sound, common sense. In the Jencks case the decision went far beyond the issues noon which the court was called to decide. It seems to me to have been a gratuitous slap in the face to Government law-enforcement agencies, particularly the honored and respected FBI. It will...

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