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Unequal Protection, 2nd Edition by Thom Hartmann

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* When, during the New Deal, the Supreme Court struck down some of FDR’s progressive legislation, he contemplated expanding the number of members of the Court—something that could legally be done, as the number of justices is not specified in the Constitution—but the political blowback from his attempt to “pack the Court” was so severe that it cost him and the Democratic party dearly.

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