narutoboy14
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The judicial power will operate to effect . . . an entire subversion of the legislative, executive and judicial powers of the individual states . . . any question that may arise upon the nature and extent of the general government, will affect the limits of the state jurisdiction.
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narutoboy14
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The above was written in 1788 by an Anti-Federalist. Which statement best describes the author's position on the judiciary? He believes federal judicial power will restrict states' rights. He supports federal judicial power over state governments. He believes state judicial powers will restrict federal government. He believes state judicial powers will be enhanced.
StudyTheWorld
  • StudyTheWorld
A, he believed federal judicial power will restrict states' rights.

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