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A Summary of: The Politically Incorrect Guide™ to the Constitution
by Kevin R.C. Gutzman
Compiled and Edited by
Dr. Jimmy T. (Gunny) LaBaume
Chapter 10: The Grand Wizard’s Imperial Court
The Supreme Court became FDR’s rubber stamp. Previously, it had formerly prevented both the states and Congress from doing what only the states had the right to do. Now, it allowed both the states and Congress to do what only the states had the right to do.
In National Labor Relations Board v. Jones & Laughlin Steel Corporation (1937), Jones and Laughlin had fired those who attempted to unionize. They claimed the National Labor Relations Act was unconstitutional and the lower courts agreed. But the Supreme Court backtracked from its own precedents and ruled that Congress could regulate the economy in a way previously thought impossible.
Helvering v. Davis (1937) involved the Social Security Act of 1935. Obviously, the Constitution…
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