National Affairs: Man with a Message

In the seven weeks since he launched the U.S.'s first Law Day (TIME, May 5), American Bar Association President Charles Sylvanus Rhyne, 46, has traveled from Washington to Alaska to Mineola, L.I., to St. Louis trying to arouse his fellow lawyers to do their part in a crusade to achieve world peace through world rule of law. Last week's way station: the annual meeting of the Erie County Bar Association in Buffalo. Last week's Rhyne proposal: that the International Court of Justice, now all but "unused" at The Hague, move some of its sessions to U.N. headquarters in New York...

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