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What best explains the lasting importance of the decision in Marbury v Madison?


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Answered 2013-03-15 22:32:14

Marbury v. Madison, 5 US 137 (1803)

Marbury v. Madison was an essentially meaningless case argued before the U.S. Supreme Court in 1803 in which the Court asserted the power of the Supreme Court to decide whether or not laws were constitutional. THAT is its lasting legacy, and every SCOTUS decision since cites Marbury v. Madison as their authority.


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Which of the following best explains the lasting important of the decision in Marbury v Madison?

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Marbury v Madison was an ingenious decision because it?

Marbury vs Madison was an ingenious decision. Marbury vs Madison was the first case of judicial review that voided the act of congress.


What effect did the Supreme Court's decision on Marbury v Madison have?

The effect of the Supreme Court's decision on Marbury v Madison is that it is now viewed as the classic expression of judicial review.


Which president was unhappy with the decision of marbury v Madison?

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The effect of the landmark Supreme court decision in Marbury vs Madison helped in the separation of powers as far as the executive and legislature is concerned.


Did the decision in Marbury v Madison uphold the idea of states' rights?

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What did the supreme courts decision in Marbury v. Madison establish?

Judicial Review


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Marbury vs. Madison


What was the John Marshall's 1803 decision in Marbury v Madison?

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Why is the supreme court decision marbury v Madison so important?

Marbury v. Madison established the nature of Article III of the U.S. Constitution and that of judicial review in American Constitutional Law jurisprudence.


Who wrote the concurring decision in Marbury v. Madison?

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What was the long term impertance of the Supreme Court27s decision in Marbury v Madison?

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Which of the checks and balances of the US federal government originated with the Marbury v Madison decision?

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What Supreme Court decision established the Supreme Court power of judicial review?

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What was the constitutional issue in the Marbury v Madison case?

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What was the name of the supreme court case of marbury vs Madison?

marbury vs. Madison


How did Thomas Jefferson feel about the Supreme Court's decision in the case of Marbury vs. Madison?

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Which supreme decision said that the supreme court had the right to rule on whether laws are constitutional?

Marbury v. Madison


What was one outcome of the supreme court decision in marbury v madison 1803?

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Why did the Supreme Court make the decision on Marbury v. Madison?

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What precedent did Marbury vs Madison set?

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What was the significance of the US Supreme Court decision in Marbury vs Madison?

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What supreme court decision did the court define its right to determine whether a law violates the constitution?

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What was the decision that strengthened the supreme court because i t asserted the courts right of judicial review?

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