Titel: 1937 in politics
1937 elections, 1937 in American politics, 1937 in international relations, 1937 referendums, Political parties disestablished in 1937, Political parties established in 1937, States and territories disestablished in 1937.
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Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 72. Chapters: 1937 elections, 1937 in American politics, 1937 in international relations, 1937 referendums, Political parties disestablished in 1937, Political parties established in 1937, States and territories disestablished in 1937, States and territories established in 1937, Irish Free State, Neutrality Acts of 1930s, Irkutsk Oblast, Chita Oblast, Novosibirsk Oblast, Judicial Procedures Reform Bill of 1937, 1937 Social Credit backbenchers' revolt, USS Panay incident, List of sovereign states in 1937, Chinese Soviet Republic, Colony of Aden, Accurate News and Information Act, Bankers' Toadies incident, Spanish Confederation of the Autonomous Right, Altai Krai, Free City of Lübeck, List of state leaders in 1937, Khmelnytskyi Oblast, Communist League of Struggle, Krasnodar Krai, Zhytomyr Oblast, League of Communists of Croatia, Arkhangelsk Oblast, Ust-Orda Buryat Okrug, Provisional Government of the Republic of China, Workers' International League, Argentine presidential election, 1937, Bolivian Socialist Falange, Dadao government, Nadezhdinsky District, Oryol Oblast, Tambov Oblast, National Socialist League, Polish operation of the NKVD, Krasnokamsky District, NKVD Order No. 00485, Aliens Act 1937, Roman Catholic People's Party, Succession to the Throne Act 1937, Camp of National Unity, Praja Party, Barinas, List of colonial governors in 1937, Quarantine Speech, Santoña Agreement, Australian referendum, 1937, Independent Unionist Association, Cumann Poblachta na hÉireann, NKVD Order No. 00439, United Province, Juventudes de Acción Popular, Marxist Workers Party, Luxembourgian political parties referendum, 1937, Proletarian Unity Party, Luxembourgian legislative election, 1937, Workers' Party, Japan Proletarian Party, Northern Council for Unity, Second inauguration of Franklin D. Roosevelt, Philippine women suffrage plebiscite, 1937, Philippine local election, 1937, Conservative Manifesto, Kalat State National Party, Clear, Net, Authentic, and Complete Liberal Party, Labour Party. Excerpt: The Judicial Procedures Reform Bill of 1937, frequently called the court-packing plan, was a legislative initiative proposed by U.S. President Franklin Roosevelt to add more justices to the U.S. Supreme Court. Roosevelt's purpose was to obtain favorable rulings regarding New Deal legislation that had been previously ruled unconstitutional. The central and most controversial provision of the bill would have granted the President power to appoint an additional Justice to the U.S. Supreme Court, up to a maximum of six, for every sitting member over the age of 70 years and 6 months. During Roosevelt's first term, the Supreme Court had struck down several New Deal measures intended to bolster economic recovery during the Great Depression, leading to charges from New Deal supporters that a narrow majority of the court was obstructionist and political. Since the U.S. Constitution does not limit the size of the Supreme Court, Roosevelt sought to counter this entrenched opposition to his political agenda by expanding the number of justices in order to create a pro-New Deal majority on the bench. Opponents viewed the legislation as an attempt to stack the court, leading to the name "Court-packing Plan". The legislation was unveiled on February 5, 1937 and was the subject, on March 9, 1937, of one of Roosevelt's Fireside chats. Shortly after the radio address, on March 29, the Supreme Court published its opinion upholding a Washington ...