In the third of three articles, the solicitor general of the United States, J. Lee Rankin, details the short but fascinating history of the Supreme Court during the New Deal era.

I. Introduction

II. The Nature of the Judicial Process

III. The Situation Prior to the New Deal—1930–1932

IV. Members of the Court at the Beginning of the New Deal

V. The Old Court and the New Deal

VI. Civil Liberties Legislation