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I have been glad to meet a long-standing invitation of this society. The Union League Club of Chicago was farmed in the time of a great constitutional crisis and for the purpose of fighting for human liberty. It is now a non-partisan body. But it is no less devoted to constitutional government. And today with President Roosevelt's proposals as to the Supreme Court we are faced with the greatest constitutional question in these seventy years.  >>more...>>

Title:     This is No Lawyer's Dispute over Legalisms
Author:    Hoover, Herbert
Date:     February 15, 1937

Type:     Speech

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Court Packing

Notes:     Published in Vital Speeches of the Day, p. 315.