Senate Bill No. 2646 proposed in the Congress is unprecedented in scope. If it is enacted the Supreme Court will be reduced to a virtual nullity. Displeasure with recent decisions of the Court has engendered an attack upon its status which strikes at its vitals. This article is an analysis of the bill and the types of cases over which the Supreme Court would no longer have appellate jurisdiction.
George H. Faust, Congressional Control of U. S. Supreme Court Jurisdiction, 7 Clev.-Marshall L. Rev. 513 (1958)