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Q: should the supreme court's power of judicial review be strictly limited by a constitutional amendment?
A: Yes. Political and judicial parties alike have debated the second quandary, for centuries. [ Should the United States Constitution be interpreted by the letter or as it would apply to changing society? This writer believes that the interpretation should as closely as possible reflect the original intentions its framers, while providing the flexibility necessary to provide for incidents
unforeseen by its framers. For example, the framers never would have guessed there could be piracy without connection between the pirate and the pirated, but there is Internet piracy as was seen with Napster. At the same time, the framers would not have guessed that women would be allowed to vote, but now that is a right granted by the Constitution. ]
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User: should the supreme court's power of judicial review be strictly limited by a constitutional amendment?

Weegy: Yes. Political and judicial parties alike have debated the second quandary, for centuries. [ Should the United States Constitution be interpreted by the letter or as it would apply to changing society? This writer believes that the interpretation should as closely as possible reflect the original intentions its framers, while providing the flexibility necessary to provide for incidents unforeseen by its framers. For example, the framers never would have guessed there could be piracy without connection between the pirate and the pirated, but there is Internet piracy as was seen with Napster. At the same time, the framers would not have guessed that women would be allowed to vote, but now that is a right granted by the Constitution. ]
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User: should the supreme court's power of judicial review be strictly limited by a constitutional amendment?

Weegy: Yes. Political and judicial parties alike have debated the second quandary, for centuries. [ Should the United States Constitution be interpreted by the letter or as it would apply to changing society? This writer believes that the interpretation should as closely as possible reflect the original intentions its framers, while providing the flexibility necessary to provide for incidents unforeseen by its framers. For example, the framers never would have guessed there could be piracy without connection between the pirate and the pirated, but there is Internet piracy as was seen with Napster. At the same time, the framers would not have guessed that women would be allowed to vote, but now that is a right granted by the Constitution. ]
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