U.S. GOVERNMENT

HOW SERIOUS ARE THE CURRENT CLAIMS OF "JUDICIAL ACTIVISM" AND THAT UNELECTED JUDGES ARE MAKING LAWS? EXAMINE THE CLAIMS THAT BOTH POLITICAL PARTIES MAKE REGARDING THIS CLAIM AND ASSESS THE VALIDITY OF THEIR ARGUMENTS.

I NEED TO WRITE A PAPER ON THIS BUT CANT FIND ANY INFORMATION ON WHAT THE POLITICAL PARTIES ARE SAYING ABOUT THIS.

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