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Charles Evans Hughes presided over the Supreme Court during a period of unprecedented economic, social and political turmoil - the Great Depression. This work surveys the Hughes Court (1930-1941) and its era, offering new insights. The author contends that the Court set the broad framework for the nation's constitutional history that followed during the next half century.