The Supreme Court: A Pragmatic View of Privacy

After six federal trials over a period of seven years, the Justice Department last week caught up with Teamster Boss Jimmy Hoffa. By a vote of 6 to 1, the Supreme Court upheld Hoffa's 1964 conviction and eight-year sentence for attempted jury fixing. Chances are, relatively few Americans felt much pity for the cynical czar of the nation's big gest union (1,700,000 members), who insists that every man has his price.

The country's truck drivers, to be sure, are still so loyal to him that they recently raised his annual salary to $100,000...

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