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Brandeis, Cardoza Cited by “post” Editorial Answering World’s Work

October 15, 1923
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The World’s Work, which some time sponsored Burton Hendricks’ articles, is now projecting a similar attack relative on Italian immigrants.

The following comment is made by the New York Evening Post relative to one of the articles:

“The World’s work prints two jury lists, one with such names as Brown, Robinson, Sanford and Holmes and one with names like Karolyi, Pechitch and Angeloti asking which will decide most justly. Yet in this country justice is ably administered by judges with names like Brandeis and Cardoza and at Albany an increasing list of respected lawmakers bear similar names”.

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