THE JUDICIARY: In & Out

Two of the three judges of the ninth federal circuit court of appeals found themselves in emphatic agreement. ". . . However hard and disagreeable may be the test in times of popular passion and excitement," they wrote, "it is the duty of the courts to set their faces like flint against . . . erosive subversion of the judicial process."

Setting their faces like flint, the judges forthwith ordered Longshoremen Leader Harry Bridges freed from the San Francisco jail where he had been held since Aug. 5 as a threat to U.S....

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