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Today in Supreme Court History: April 8, 1952

Added 04-08-20 07:21:02am EST - “4/8/1952: President Truman signs executive order 10340. The Supreme Court declared this executive order unconstitutional in? Youngstown Sheet & Tube Co” - Reason.com

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4/8/1952: President Truman signs executive order 10340. The Supreme Court declared this executive order unconstitutional in Youngstown Sheet & Tube Co v. Sawyer (1952).

Josh Blackman is a constitutional law professor at the South Texas College of Law Houston, an adjunct scholar at the Cato Institute, and the President of the Harlan Institute. Follow him @JoshMBlackman.

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