Judicial Review of Administrative Action

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Controversy Aroused by Stockyards Decision

Attacking Judicial interference with operations of administrative agencies of the federal government, Secretary of Agriculture Wallace, in a series of public statements during late April and May, prophesied “another battle” between the Roosevelt administration and the courts, with the administration attempting to prevent the courts from invading the administrative field and “taking over the rate-making and regulatory functions of administrative agencies.”

Secretary Wallace's attack was occasioned by a decision of the Supreme Court ...

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