National Affairs: Crennis on the Codersperl

Hearst Columnist Westbrook Pegler, who has malice toward many and charity for few, has been a particularly vehement critic of 1) the New Deal, 2) legal mumbo jumbo, and 3) Justice Felix Frankfurter. Last week, Peg whirled himself around his head and launched himself at all three targets. It was a difficult project, he explained. "It is only by sifting . . . and . . . carefully examining the more fetulant alticae of [Frankfurter's] lucubrations that one can clearly prove the codersperl."

"But," wrote Pegler, "there is no better paper for this purpose than Frankfurter's notorious opinion for the majority in...

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