National Affairs: Seven Sins

That Franklin Roosevelt loves the Supreme Court any better because his plan to change the Court was beaten, no one in Washington ever believed. Last week when he got around to signing the modest Court Bill enacted by Congress, he made it the occasion for a statement that served several political purposes: It demonstrated that he had not backed down from his original views. It peppered the bill actually passed with criticisms designed to show its total inadequacy. And finally it insisted that his own defeated plan was not just the President's desire...

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