August 1975
National Review;8/29/1975, Vol. 27 Issue 33, p954
Reports on the order given by Massachusetts Supreme Judicial Court to reinstate Alger Hiss, an U.S. public official accused of espionage and convicted of perjury, to practice the law in Massachusetts. Confusion created by the decision of the Chief Justice Joseph Tauro to allow Hiss to practice the law; Role of Massachusetts' State Board of Bar Overseers in disallowing Hiss' appeal to practice the law; Statement issued by Tauro in favor of Hiss.


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