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In 1937 President Roosevelt’s Supreme Court packing plan was unpopular in Texas. In a special election for the 10th Congressional district that year eight of the nine candidates in the Democratic primary supported the plan tepidly, -or downright opposed it. The ninth candidate saw an opportunity. Lyndon Johnson made support for FDR’s plan his signature […]
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