THE LAW: Back on the Job

"Hulan Jack is not cleared," proclaimed the New York Times, and with rare editorial unanimity New York's newspapers last week agreed in lambasting the return of Tammany Hall's Hulan Jack to his job as Manhattan Borough president—from which he had suspended himself two months before. Of Manhattan Borough's 1,800,000 resident citizens, the only people who seemed happy were Jack himself and a clutch of political underlings who greeted him in his office with spring blossoms, cheers and a big sign: WELCOME BACK, MR. PRESIDENT. Said Hulan Jack: "I'm just bubbling over with happiness."

Last December Jack denied that Sidney J....

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