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I think you are referring to Roosevelt's battle with the Supreme Court (judicial branch). Several of his New deal programs were declared unconstitutional and he undoubtedly had other ideas which he knew would not get by the courts. Consequently he had the idea the court should be increased in size, so that he could add new judges that would agree to his programs and create a majority that would see his way.

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in this document,Mao sums up his central point by saying"we must lean to one side".Mao identifies two key aspects to this idea.Describe these two aspects and explain why both were important to Mao

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