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The term judicial review refers to the power of        A. Congress to declare laws unconstitutional, thereby striking them down.   B. the president to declare laws unconstitutional, thereby striking them down.   C. the Supreme Court to review older court cases, making sure justice has been done.   D. the Supreme Court to declare laws unconstitutional, thereby striking them down
The term judicial review refers to the power of the Supreme Court to declare laws unconstitutional, thereby striking them down.
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