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What is the Proper Role of the Courts?

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According to the Framers, all three branches of the government have a duty to uphold the Constitution. The courts are a co-equal branch of government and the decision of judges must be guided by the Constitution. Over time, the courts have started claiming the exclusive power to interpret the Constitution, and to interpret it in light of their personal preferences.

This volume in the Understanding America series examines the proper role of the courts in determining the constitutionality of our laws.

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What is the Proper Role of the Courts?

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  • Author: Robert Alt
  • Paperback Booklet
  • Pages: 20
  • Understanding America Series