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Norris Urges FDR To Name Frankfurter to Court

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Felix Frankfurter, Byrne Professor of Law here, had his stock boosted for the position of Justice of the U. S. Supreme Court when Senator George W. Norris of Nebraska urged President Roosevelt to appoint the original New Deal "braintruster."

"There is no man in the public eye who so fully and truly represents the philosophy of government of Justice Holmes and his successor, Justice Cardozo, as does Frankfurter," Norris said.

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