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BRANDIES WILL HUMANIZE SUPREME COURT,
DECLARES JEWISH RADICAL
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How Brandeis. Would Look in His Robes.
New York, Feb. 3. "The first rep
resentative of the people, and not of
the interests, who has ever been
given a place in the highest tribunal
of the land! If Louis D. Brandeis'
nomination is confirmed, it will mark
the beginning of the humanization
of the supreme court 1"
America's greatest Jewish radical,
Morris Hillquit, the famous Socialist
lawyer, author and friend of the
working people, thus jumped with en
thusiasm to the support of the great
Boston jurist whose appointment has
so startled Washington, and incident
ally has furnished a beautiful oppor
tunity for the people to see in sudden
neat alignment the senatorial forces
of progress versus those of reaction,
just when this alignment was being
jumbled up in more-or-less non-partisan
"I have come into the closest of
contact with Louis D. Brandeis oo.