Who really has the power to determine constitutionality? It is not the Supreme Court, but rather the states and the people. Marbury v. Madison may have been the most influential court decision in the history of the United States. It may have also been the first nail in the coffin of the United States thanks to a misunderstanding of what the ruling meant.« Continue »
From where is the validity of law derived? In the United States it is derived from the Constitution. In other nations it is derived from similar contracts between the governed and the government.
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