People: People, Oct. 27, 1947

Attorney General Tom Clark spoke to a gathering of Girl Scouts in Manhattan, let go a fearless generalization. The U.S., declared the Attorney General, "does not give enough emphasis to the importance of girls."

Jim Farley, ex-Democratic chairman, distributed bitter pills at a Wellesley College anniversary banquet. Because of the "frightful . . . pressure," reported Farley gravely, "I do not believe any woman is physically and emotionally strong enough to serve out a full presidential term."

Secretary of State George C. Marshall, making a Founders Day speech at Lafayette College, expressed the...

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