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Book Review: Storm over the Constitution, 6 Brooklyn Law Review 261 (1936)

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Let no academic pundit recoil from this swift-moving volume because the title parodies a famous film, because the introduction is by the Secretary of Agriculture, because the year 1936 is an election year. Whatever value the book has for partisan propaganda (and I do not propose to discuss that important aspect of the subject), it can be hailed with lively appreciation by the specialists on constitutional interpretation.

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1936

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