The Supreme Court of the New Deal era continues to captivate lawyers and historians. Constitutional jurisprudence changed rapidly during the period. Moreover, some of the most significant changes seemed--whatever the reality--to result from pressure imposed in 1937 by President Franklin Roosevelt's plan to pack the Court. The structure of constitutional law that emerged within a few years of Roosevelt's death remains intact in significant respects today.
Friedman, Richard D. "...A Rendezvous with Kreplach: Putting the New Deal Court in Context." Review of The Constitution and the New Deal, by G. E. White. Green Bag 5, no. 4 (2002): 453-62.