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How did the Supreme Court react to the New Deal? A. by ruling all agencies constitutional B. by reversing his ability to create more agencies C. by ruling that some of the agencies were
unconstitutional D. by vetoing the plan
The US Supreme Court used the power of judicial review to overturn six key New Deal programs and close one government agency in 1935 and 1936, [ in the early years of Roosevelt's New Deal. Read more: ]
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