Judicial Review in American History: Major Historical Interpretations
Garland Publishing, Incorporated, 1987 - Law - 696 pages
This work is a collection of essays discussing the historical theory and political debate over judicial review in America. The repeated scholarly and public considerations of the legitimacy of judicial review by an unelected judiciary throughout American history are reviewed these articles.
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