America 1950-1959: Law and Justice Research Article from American Decades

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Alberto Anastasia, 55, "Lord High Executioner" of organized crime's Murder, Inc., 25 October 1957.

Wendell Berge, 52, head of the Department of Justice's Anti-Trust Division (1943-1947), 24 September 1955.

Emanuel H. Bloch, 52, attorney who defended Ethel and Julius Rosenberg, 30 January 1954.

Charles Culp Burlingham, 100, attorney and advocate of civil reform in New York City, 6 June 1959.

Francis Gordon Caffey, 82, federal judge who presided at the twenty-seven-month trial of the antitrust case against the Aluminum Company of America (ALCOA), 20 September 1951.

William L. Clark, 66, chief justice of the U.S. Court of Appeals in West Germany (1948-1953), 9 October 1957.

Bartley C. Cram, 59, noted divorce attorney, obtained a million-dollar settlement for actress Rita Hayworth from Prince Aly Khan, 9 December 1959.

Homer Cummings, 86, U.S. attorney general (1933— 1939), proposed to President Franklin Roosevelt the idea of "packing" the Supreme Court with justices sympathetic to Roosevelt's policies, 10 September 1956.

William J. Foley, 65, district attorney of Boston (1926— 1952), 1 December 1952.

William L. Frierson...

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