Franklin D. Roosevelt and the Transformation of the Supreme Court

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Even Eleanor Roosevelt, according to one biographer of the former president, would "shake her head and say that she could not imagine what had led her husband to follow such a disastrous course" as his "court-packing" scheme of 1937. Comprising ten essays, the third volume to be derived from Louisiana State University's "FDR After 50 Years" conference of September 1995 explores that political debacle and other, more successful, efforts to influence the Supreme Court and U.S. law. Annotation ♭2004 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com).
 

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A New Deal and
13
Was There a Constitutional Revolution in 1937?
36
The Kansas Press and the Court
60
President Versus
77
The Nomination and Confirmation of Hugo L Black
113
Felix Frankfurters Transition to the Judicial Role
126
Franklin D Roosevelt
133
Constitutional Law as Applied to Politics The Roosevelt Legacy
163
and the First Amendment
193
The Roosevelt Court and the Changing Nature
216
Cultural Chronology
243
Bibliography
255
Index
263
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