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Major shifts in the Supreme Court's positions have usually been due to



a. the pressure of public opinion.

b. new developments that dramatize an immediate need for change in the law.

c. turnover in the Court's membership.

d. threats from Congress.

e. threats from the president.


I would say B ?

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    I disagree. The SC doesn't make laws.
    Read Article III carefully: http://www.law.cornell.edu/constitution/

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    Threat from the congress?

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