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The majority is white people right now but in a few years blacks and Mexicans will be the majority while white people will be the minority!

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Q: How might judicial review override the will of the majority?
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The Marbury v. Madison ruling cemented the idea of checks and balances by establishing the idea of judicial review. This allowed for the Supreme Court to interpret and declare laws unconstitutional as they saw fit.


What is quasi-judicial behavior?

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