A Letter From The Publisher, Mar. 11, 1974


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> Awaiting trial in federal district court in New York, former Commerce Secretary Maurice Stans read an article in TIME'S Law section about the innovative techniques developed by Psychologist Richard Christie and Sociologist Jay Schulman for selecting un prejudiced juries. Although their major successes involved cases brought by the Nixon Administration against such radicals as the Gainesville Eight and the Harrisburg Seven, Stans instructed...

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