Last of the Primitives

February 1941
New Republic;2/3/41, Vol. 104 Issue 5, p136
Reports on the resignation of James C. McReynolds, a U.S. Supreme Court judge. Reference to McReynolds as a primitive in an article written by John Chamberlain, published Fortune Magazine; Comment on McReynolds' attitude toward the measures of the administration; Choices before the Supreme Court for a successor to McReynolds; Opinion of the conservatives about appointing Attorney General Robert Jackson to the position; Chances of Senator James Byrnes to become the successor.


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