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Q: One shortcoming of the Articles of Confederation was that it did not provide for ?
A: The Articles provided no separation of branches. There was no president or any other independent executive, nor was there a federal judicial branch.
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The Supreme Court case that established the principle that the Court could declare acts of Congress unconstitutional was:
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The Supreme Court case that established the principle that the Court could declare acts of Congress unconstitutional was Marbury v. Madison.
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