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What are the implications for judicial review on American Democracy? Should any branch of government be able to review the actions and legislation of the others? Is this good for democracy or does it concentrate too much power in one branch???

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    Well,you can be certain the Congress is keeping a review on the courts and the president, and the president is keeping an eye on the courts and the congress.

    IS that good for democracy?

    And the press is keeping a wary eye on them all.

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    implications of judicial review are American democracy

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