Judicial Review vs. Constitutional Government

June 16, 2007 at 3:49 am Leave a comment

One overlooked effect of judicial review – the power of American judges to declare laws unconstitutional – is that it gives judges power to adopt amendments the people, through their representatives, have rejected. “Constitutional law,” the body of decisions of American judges implementing the Constitution, not only does not reflect the p

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