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12 Bull. New Haven Cnty. B. Ass'n 1 (1933)

handle is hein.barjournals/bullehaca0013 and id is 1 raw text is: May 1933 Bulletin of the
NEW HAVEN COUNTY BAR ASSOCIATION

BULLETIN NUMBER 12

NEW HAVEN, CONNECTICUT

Committee on Publications: MANUEL S. SACHS, Chairman
MARY E. MANCHESTER, THOMAS R. ROBINSON
Contents

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THE PERIOD OF PEACEFUL ANARCHY-WHEN CONNECTICUT WAS RULED
BY THE CROWBAR GOVERNOR-J. BIRNEY TUTTLE
QUOTATIONS FROM OPINIONS IN RECENT CASES OF THE UNITED STATES
SUPREME COURT-BY MANUEL S. SACHS                   -   -
THE NEW HAVEN MUNICIPAL LEGAL AID BUREAU-BY HAROLD C.
DONEGAN    -        -        -   -    -            -   -
THE INNS OF COURT-BY KENNETH WYNNE     -            -    -
THE CITY COURT OF NEW HAVEN-BY FRANCIS STANLEY DUNN
ADDRESS OF JUDGE NEWELL JENNINGS TO CANDIDATES FOR ADMISSION TO
THE BAR                      -                     -   -
THE CURRENT ACCOUNT AND SET-OFFS BETWEEN AN INSOLVENT BANK
AND ITS CUSTOMERS-BY UNDERHILL MOORE
The Period of Peaceful Anarchy
When Connecticut Was Ruled by the Crowbar Governor
By J. BIRNEY TUTTLE

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T WO SCORE and two years ago the
General Assembly was deadlocked much
as at the present time, resulting in sensational
events unparalleled in the history of our
State; and for two years, under the regime
of the Crowbar Governor, the land of steady
habits, passed safely through a period of
peaceful anarchy although fires were smould-
ering which threatened to burst forth into
civil war. It was my fortune to witness the
most dramatic episodes of the crisis, my
recollections of which Samuel A. Persky,
President of the New Haven County Bar

Association, has asked me to contribute to the
BULLETIN.
Believing that some description of the
principal actors in the great drama then en-
acted may add to the interest of the majority
of the members of our Bar who are too young
to remember, I have included brief sketches
of some who live most vividly in my memory.
I have attempted to picture these great per-
sonalities as I knew them and the conclusions
are my own.
To thoroughly understand the situation, it
should be borne in mind that prior to 1901

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