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Which of the following statements about judicial review is true?

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    -Early leaders like Alexander Hamilton expected the Supreme Court to have the power of judicial review, as evidenced through Hamilton's words in the Federalist Papers. -The Framers of the Constitution never intended the federal court system to have the power of judicial review, as they believed it was a power reserved for the states. -The Constitution does not include the idea of judicial review because it was not a concept considered or understood by early leaders of American government. -Early leaders like James Madison said it was not a necessary power of the Supreme Court because the states were already using this power.

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