Here's a book that is frankly and unashamedly anti-court, anti-mumbo-jumbo of constitution workship -- pro the president's...

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THE COURT DISPOSES

Here's a book that is frankly and unashamedly anti-court, anti-mumbo-jumbo of constitution workship -- pro the president's method of approaching the subject -- and yet not in any sense a political or partisan approach. He uses enough of past and present history to sustain his contention that the change must be made if we are to have any progress in social legislation, and that the increase of number to insure a liberal viewpoint is merely the first step in the necessary restrictions on the court's prerogatives. Lots of holes in his argument, but a book that pro-court plan people will find very helpful.

Pub Date: May 14, 1937

ISBN: N/A

Page Count: -

Publisher: Covici, Friede

Review Posted Online: N/A

Kirkus Reviews Issue: May 1, 1937