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51 Once Agriculture had accepted the marketing agreement, the NRA excluded peaches from its jurisdiction and the responsibility for regulating the California peach industry fell chiefly to Fortas. commerce" enable the department to control intrastate transactions? Should they rush it to friendly judges who would uphold its constitutionality and increase its credibility, or should they try to keep it away from the courts for as long as possible?
91 His influence on Fortas was most evident in the student's first published work, which grew out of a project Douglas had assigned him. "99 Like his mentor, Fortas believed that the best reformer was a neutral expert. He avoided examining every line in the court's opinion but made instead a more sweeping policy argument, based upon empirical and sociological data, that wage assignments themselves were illconceived. Like his concept of family, his view of law proved less romantic and moralistic, and more pragmatic and efficient, than that of his intellectual forebears.
He avoided examining every line in the court's opinion but made instead a more sweeping policy argument, based upon empirical and sociological data, that wage assignments themselves were illconceived. Like his concept of family, his view of law proved less romantic and moralistic, and more pragmatic and efficient, than that of his intellectual forebears. Fortas contended that inclusion would show the journal's evenhandedness. 121 But Fortas never stopped insisting upon complete control. By the middle of his third year of law school Fortas was beginning to think about career opportunities, and Douglas wrote New York lawyers about his prize student.