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The White Court (1910–21)

Labor

What was unusual, by current norms, of the arguments before the Court in the Standard Oil case?

The argument was extremely long in the Standard Oil case. The first time it was argued for three days in March 1910. The Court then held reargument for four days in January 1911. Today, the U.S. Supreme Court gives each side thirty minutes in oral argument.



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