Jackson Speaks at New York Press Association Dinner, 1938


Robert H. Jackson, Assistant Attorney General--United States, New York Press Association,


Trust-Buster In Action--Syracuse, New York....Trust-Buster Robert H. Jackson, fire-breathing Assistant Attorney General, makes another onslaught on big business as he delivers an address before publishers at the New York Press Association dinner. He criticized plan of inviting big-business to sit in with government at stabilizing conferences, --"until we have some technique for public participation in the day-to-day decisions of that business". Mr. Jackson has been much in the news lately, with his blasts at big business, nomination to post of Solicitor General, and prominence as New York gubernatorial timber.


20th Century, Syracuse NY, 1938


The Robert H. Jackson Center


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