THE CABINET: Controversy's End

The United States of America has a new Attorney General. Here are the bare facts of the story:

1) Associate Justice McKenna resigned from his place in the Supreme Court (TIME, Jan. 12).

2) The President appointed and the Senate, after a bit of talk, confirmed Harlan F. Stone, the Attorney General, to fill Mr. McKenna's place (TIME, Jan. 19 et seq.).

3) The President appointed Charles B. Warren of Michigan to succeed Mr. Stone as Attorney General (TIME, Jan. 19 et seq.).

4) The Senate, considering that Mr. Warren...

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