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Hughes Interprets Constitution

By United Press

WASHINGTON--The Supreme Court must respond to the will of the people in interpreting the Constitution because the people created the Constitution, Chief Justice Charles Evans Hughes said today.

Speaking during ceremonies commemorating the 150th anniversary of that high court's first meeting, Hughes said that the tribunal must see that the people's will "shall be faithfully executed in the determination of their controversies" became the future of the American system of government "rests with the people who have created that system."

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