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Brief for the Petitioners

Conclusion

Petitioners respectfully submit that the headlong clash between the proceedings and judgment below and the United States Constitution as interpreted by this Court requires reversal of the judgment and dismissal of respondent's suit herein, in order to preserve and protect those rights which are the Constitution's greatest gift.

Respectfully submitted,

I. H. WACHTEL,
CHARLES S. CONLEY,
BENJAMIN SPIEGEL,
RAYMOND S. HARRIS,
Attorneys for Petitioners. 1100 - 17th St., N.W. Washington, D.C. 20036 HARRY H. WACHTEL,
SAMUEL R. PIERCE JR.,
JOSEPH B. RUSSELL,
DAVID N. BRAININ,
STEPHEN J. JELIN,
CLARENCE B. JONES,
DAVID G. LUBELL,
CHARLES B. MARKHAM,
WACHTEL & MICHAELSON,
BATTLE, FOWLER, STOKES & KHEEL,
LUBELL, LUBELL & JONES, Of Counsel.

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