This earlier judicial attitude came into direct conflict with the legislative reach of much of Roosevelt's New Deal legislation. A legal opinion authored by McReynolds in 1914, while U.S. Attorney General, is the most probable source for Roosevelt's court reform plan.  The focus of the research was directed at restricting or removing the Supreme Court's power of judicial review. Failure of reform legislation [ edit ]Van Devanter retires [ edit ]May 18, 1937 witnessed two setbacks for the administration. Committee report [ edit ]The second setback occurred in the Senate Judiciary Committee action that day on Roosevelt's court reform bill.
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