THE LAW: Close Vote

President Eisenhower was engagingly informal as he spoke from notes last week to a vast assemblage of U.S. lawyers and British guests in ceremonies at Washington's Sheraton-Park Hotel. But his message was deadly serious. "Are we seeking peace with justice, are we seeking a world rule of law, or are we seeking to find ways in which we can cater to our own views and ideas in the legal field?" he asked. "We must put our minds on the rule of reason, not upon every kind of petty or important obstacle that can...

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