April 25, 1936 - Editorial - The Court, by George Lorimer
Various New Deal senators have been outspoken in their criticism of the Supreme Court, large numbers of persons whose intellectual and emotional sympathies are with the New Deal have indicated their great antipathy to it, and fifty or more bills to hamper or throttle the courts are pending before Congress.
What is more, the Court has no power to enforce its decisions except the force of public opinion.
It is extremely shortsighted, ignorant and shallow to attack the Court..... Threats against it are really nothing more than very poorly concealed attacks upon the liberties of the people. (pg. 26)