The Court Issue

by Charles A. Beard - 1937

IT IS never helpful in a controversy over a public policy to call one another names. Everybody is entitled to his opinions, but opinions are not facts. In every debate it is important to separate opinions from facts, so before expressing my opinions, I am going to present certain facts which are beyond dispute. I believe that these are facts which everybody ought to take into account before making up his mind on President Roosevelt's plan for reorganizing the judiciary.

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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record Volume 1 Number 1, 1937, p. 269-271 ID Number: 13545, Date Accessed: 10/30/2020 10:18:53 AM

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