anonymous
  • anonymous
Why is Marbury v. Madison considered a landmark Supreme Court case? The court’s ruling established the concept of judicial review. It named James Madison, “father of the Constitution,” as the defendant. The court ordered a federal official to carry out his duties. It resulted in a decision that went against President Jefferson’s views.
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schrodinger
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anonymous
  • anonymous
It was the first US Supreme Court case to apply the principle of judicial review. Basically it established a "checks and balances" system between the federal court and congress.

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