Political Science An Introduction
Quiz 15: Judiciaries
Court structures in other Western democracies largely parallel the U.S.system, but tend not to do as much in terms of governing.
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British judges are nominally appointed by the prime minister, but the choice is really the monarch's, based on recommendations of the lord chancellor.
The U.S.Supreme Court's power to review the constitutionality of federal legislative enactments is not mentioned specifically in the Constitution and has been vehemently challenged.
Richard Nixon in the 1968 campaign championed the Warren Court, claiming that its decisions had cracked down on crime and better secured the nation's streets.
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