National Affairs: Work Done

Last week the Congress also:

¶ Got set, in the Senate, to take final action on the President's long-stalled nomination of Solicitor General Simon E. Sobeloff to the Fourth Circuit, U.S. Court of Appeals. The nomination, first submitted last July, had been stuck in the Judiciary Committee by determined Southern opposition to Sobeloff because of his "unsympathetic" racial views (before the Supreme Court he argued the Government's 1955 case on implementing the school desegregation decision). The breakthrough, after a month-long filibuster by South Carolina's Olin D. Johnston, came in an 8-2 committee vote...

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