National Affairs: Michigan v. U. S.

Michigan citizens were last week waiting to see if U. S. agents would attempt to arrest their Governor, Fred Warren Green. And if they did, would Governor Green, as he had promised, "throw them out of the State?" And, if all that did happen, was it civil war?

What gave rise to these stirring questions was a clear-cut controversy between Michigan and the U. S. over a radio broadcasting station. Governor Green stood on the Constitution and a State's police power. The Federal Radio Commission likewise stood on the Constitution and the Federal Government's...

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