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The Marbury v Madison Myth
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Tenth Amendment Center
Published 4 months ago |
Good Morning Liberty: July 17, 2019

“A long, long time ago — 1803, if the storyteller is trying to be precise — in the famous case of Marbury v. Madison the Supreme Court of the United States created the doctrine of ‘judicial review.’ Judicial review is the power of the Supreme Court to decide the meaning of the Constitution and to strike down laws that the Court finds unconstitutional.”

And almost everything in modern "constitutional law" is based on a myth.


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