Why does the Supreme Court have the power to declare a law unconstitutional? The concept of judicial review was established with the Marbury v. Madison case. Part political intrigue, part judicial precedent, the case carved out the future role of the Supreme Court in the new nation.
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- Explanation provides enough background that prior knowledge is not necessary