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Supreme Court "rock of ages" says Rabbi. Washington, D.C., April 21. Rabbi William F. Rosenblum of New York urged the Senate Judiciary Committee today to reject president's court program and "keep America safe from crackpots and the lunatic fringe." That the supreme judiciary is the rock of ages against which demagoguery and dictatorship alike will be dashed to pieces, 4/21/1937

Supreme Court "rock of ages" says Rabbi. Washington, D.C., April 21. Rabbi William F. Rosenblum of New York urged the Senate Judiciary Committee today to reject president's court program and "keep America safe from crackpots and the lunatic fringe." That the supreme judiciary is the rock of ages against which demagoguery and dictatorship alike will be dashed to pieces, 4/21/1937

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