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In spotlight before Senate Judiciary Committee. Washington, D.C., April 6. Former President of the New York Bar, Charles C. Burlingham, appeared before the Senate Judiciary Committee today to voice his opposition to President Roosevelt's court reorganization plan. Burlingham told the Committee that liberals, radicals and labor "May curse the day," when the president's judiciary plan was conceived. Burlingham said that he could think "of only one other Attorney General--whom I will not name--would not have resigned rather than condone or have any part or lot in such a shabby enterprise" as the court bill, 4/6/1937

In spotlight before Senate Judiciary Committee. Washington, D.C., April 6. Former President of the New York Bar, Charles C. Burlingham, appeared before the Senate Judiciary Committee today to voice his opposition to President Roosevelt's court reorganization plan. Burlingham told the Committee that liberals, radicals and labor "May curse the day," when the president's judiciary plan was conceived. Burlingham said that he could think "of only one other Attorney General--whom I will not name--would not have resigned rather than condone or have any part or lot in such a shabby enterprise" as the court bill, 4/6/1937

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