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Precedent,while not an absolute contraint on the courts,is needed to:
A.maintain legal consistency over time,so the confusion and uncertainty about the law can be avoided.
B.preserve the courts as a majoritarian.
C.check the president in the area of public law.
D.balance the policy-making authority of congress.

I think it is (A)

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