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In President Roosevelt's message on the Judiciary he made four recommendations. The last three have received very general, if not universal, approval. One is that the Supreme Court be given power to appoint an administrative assistant who would be charged with the duty of watching the calendars and the business of all the Federal Courts…  >>more...>>

Title:     Controversial and Non-Controversial Aspects of the Court Proposal
Author:    Lewis, William Draper
Date:     February 22, 1937

Type:     Speech

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Court Packing

Notes:     Published in Vital Speeches of the Day, March 15, 1937, Vol. 3, No. 11., p. 380.