The County Seat Lawyer

The county-seat lawyer, counsellor to railroads and to Negroes, to bakers and to poor whites, who always gave to each the best there was in him- and was willing to admit that his best was good. That lawyer has been an American institution- about the same in South and North and East and West.

A Presidential Legal Opinion

Justice Jackson's essay, A Presidential Legal Opinion, reveals for the first time President Franklin Roosevelt's personal opinions, in FDR's own words, regarding the constitutionality of articles of the Lend Lease Act.