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May 17, 1941


JAMA. 1941;116(20):2285-2324. doi:10.1001/jama.1941.02820200055016

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April 2—Morning

OPENING ARGUMENT TO THE JURY ON BEHALF OF THE UNITED STATES  MR. JOHN H. LEWINMr. Lewin:—May it please the Court, and ladies and gentlemen of the jury: The time has now come when you must listen to what is known as the summing up of the evidence from counsel on both sides of the case, and after a long two months trial I don't know how to be more helpful to you at the start than to state what I believe is the issue, the narrow issue of fact which you are called on to decide; and I conceive that issue to be: Did the defendants, the two corporations and the eighteen individuals, plan together or plan to take action together to restrain and hinder the activities of this cooperative medical group association by:

  1. Enforcing rules and regulations designed to prevent

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