Which of the following is false? (a) Constitutions are the basic framework of law. (b) The day-to-day interpretation and application of constitutions are matters for ?legislatures and the courts. (c) The U.S. is a "common-law" (judge-made law) country, even though we operate ?by positive statute law and written constitution. (d) The "police power" of government to control business activity was reduced significantly ?by the U.S. Constitution compared to what it had been during the colonial period.