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President's court plan "leap in dark" Yale professor tells Senate Committee. Washington, D.C., March 31. Appearing before the Senate Judiciary Committee today, Edwin Borchard Professor of Constitutional Law at Yale, declared the President's court reorganization plan is a "speculative leap in the dark unless a revolution in the attitude of the judges toward the constitution is anticipated". Prof. Borchard further declared the bill is unsound and ineffective and that it should be voted down, 3/31/1937

President's court plan "leap in dark" Yale professor tells Senate Committee. Washington, D.C., March 31. Appearing before the Senate Judiciary Committee today, Edwin Borchard Professor of Constitutional Law at Yale, declared the President's court reorganization plan is a "speculative leap in the dark unless a revolution in the attitude of the judges toward the constitution is anticipated". Prof. Borchard further declared the bill is unsound and ineffective and that it should be voted down, 3/31/1937

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