Letters, Jul. 19, 1937

Dodd Letter

Sirs:

Your May 24 treatment of my Bulkley letter was fair and even co-operative in spirit and I wish to drop you a note of thanks.

What certain Senators and a few newspapers said was quite unfair. My purpose was, as you note, to treat the larger issue of judicial abuses and minority action in the Senate against immense majority popular votes. My fear is that this sort of thing may some day so divide parties that we shall have dangers before us not unlike those of Italy and Germany in years past....

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