THE LAW: On the Reservation

"The program of world peace through law is one of the greatest objectives that has been undertaken by the American Bar Association in a great many years." argued New Mexico's Ross Malone, past president of the A.B.A., before the Association's House of Delegates meeting in tense session in Chicago last week. Malone, braving a few whistles and catcalls, was leading an impassioned counterattack against a guerrilla action led by Seattle's Frank Holman. also an A.B.A. past president (1948-49), to throw a roadblock into A.B.A.'s program to make world rule of law a reality.

The roadblock was an attempt by Holman and...

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