CORRUPTION: One Blind, One Coated

"Miller is convicted. Whatever time you gentlemen take on the Daugherty case, I do not anticipate that you will spend over 15 minutes on Miller," said U. S. District Attorney Emory R. Buckner to the jury last week as he summed up the conspiracy charges against two members of the Harding Administration. Mr. Buckner, who is going to retire from office in two months, was no mean prophet.

Three days later, the twelve jurors, with news in their weary eyes, returned to Judge John C. Knox's Federal courtroom in Manhattan. They had decided without...

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