Supreme Court Decisions, 1937–38

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Liberal Record of Superme Court, 1937-38

Decisions rendered by the United States Supreme Court during the 1937–38 term, which came to a close on May 31, show clearly a continuation of the liberal course which was charted in 1936–37. In a vast majority of the cases decided, the Court upheld the constitutionality of statutes, and placed a broad interpretation upon the regulatory and taxing powers of federal, state, and local governments.

New Deal legislation sustained by the ...

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