The role of the judiciary system in the creation of the nation are to enforce laws. The judiciary system enforces the laws that the legislative branch of government makes.
Managing national security
Interdependence and federal government's superior taxing powers have increased role for the national government at the state level. Most of the programs at state level now depend on federal funding, giving national government unprecedented leverage in the states. Now federal government is taking active role in issues like education and social welfare, which were traditionally in the state domain. Role of the national government has also increased in the areas of security and surveillance after the September 11 attacks.
The three branches of government are executive, legislative and judiciary. The executive formulates government polices, the legislative makes and the judiciary interprets the constitution.
Marbury vs Madison was an important Supreme Court decision that established the role of the judiciary more clearly. The judiciary couldn't go beyond the boundaries established in Article III of the Constitution.
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Arizona played a big role in the boundaries being set for New Mexico, which in turn played a role in it becoming a state, with the creation of the New Arizona Territory in 1863.
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