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1)With an example, how does judicial review uphold and reinforce democracy?

2)Which constitutional provisions were semi-democratic and why?

3)Why and why not is/was this reliance on elites warranted? Relatedly, should elites be blamed in their ruling of the country?; provide a significant example.

4)How have and do semi-democratic masses bring/brought about positive impacts for a democracy? Provide examples.

5)Which president acted as if he were above the law and how insofar as why was the political controversy surrounding him involving the equal protection principle of democracy?

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