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In what landmark case did Chief Justice John Marshall establish judicial review? A. Betts v. Brady B. Marbury v. Madison C. Plessy v. Ferguson D. Mapp v. Ohio
Chief Justice John Marshall established judicial review in Marbury v. Madison case.
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