THE SOUTH: The Two Judges

The two men had much in common. Each was a native Alabaman. Each worked his way through school. They met and became friends at the University of Alabama law school in the early 1940s. Each served in World War II and came home with decorations. Each became a judge. And it was in that capacity, somehow symbolic of the stresses under which the law has come in the South, that U.S. District Judge Frank Minis Johnson Jr. in Montgomery last week ordered Alabama Circuit Judge George Corley Wallace to show cause "if any there be" why he should not...

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