Pack It In, Mr. Douglas

June 1975
National Review;6/20/1975, Vol. 27 Issue 23, p656
The author considers U.S. Supreme Court Justice William O. Douglas as one of the judicial titans in history. During his brief recess from medical care, he held a press conference at which both the content and the manner of his remarks gave rise to serious misgivings among those in attendance. He is reported to be undergoing therapy at the Institute of Rehabilitation Medicine at the New York University.


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