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Q: Which of the following statements about judicial review is true? 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 already were using this power.
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User: Which of the following statements about judicial review is true? 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 already were using this power.

Weegy: A
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Weegy: Sending military to a conflict area in an attempt to resolve the situation is called interventionism.
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