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According to the constitution does the Federal Supreme Court have the power of judicial review ?


The idea that the Supreme Court should be the arbiter of constitutionality issues has become so ingrained that most people incorrectly believe that the Constitution granted this power to the federal judiciary. Did you know that while the U.S. Constitution does not explicitly define a "power" of judicial review, the authority for judicial review in the United States has been inferred from the structure, provisions, and history of the Constitution. Examine http://constitutionality.us/USConstitution.html#art3 to assure yourself that no power of Judicial Review is granted by the constitution.

 

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    TSAD (tsadjatko) 2 years ago

    Thank you, WBA! An educated and reasoned answer is easy to understand, and to analyze which will take me a little less time than to study junkseller's seeds and trees,time travel &"it" whatever "it" was and how they relate to the constitution.

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    TSAD (tsadjatko) 2 years ago

    Only thing that satisfies me is an actual answer to the actual question, Apparently you think everything is as it should be, and that is fine with me. Certainly better than bloviating about seeds and trees, time travel and "it" whatever "it" is.