What are the implications for judicial review on American democracy?

9,280 results

  1. American Government

    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???
  2. POS110

    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?
  3. Political Science

    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?
  4. american gov

    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...
  5. Social Studies

    how does the power of judicial review affect the seperation of power in the Federal Goverment? Judicial review is part of the system of checks and balances. If each branch of government was able to do what they wanted when they wanted, we would be in more of a mess as a ...
  6. Political Science

    Based on Bryan Caplan's book, The Myth of the Rational Voter: Offer your own opinion, and critical analysis, to Caplan’s argument about “rational irrationality.” What are the implications about Caplan’s story for American democracy? Do you agree with his story? Do you ...
  7. american government

    judicial review is the power of the american courts to:
  8. Govt

    What is the name for the Court's power which affords it the right to call "the strikes and balls" is it judicial review? a impound b amicus curiae c writ of certiorari d judicial review
  9. c-justice 200

    Should judicial review be eliminated? Provide a detailed explanation for your answer. b) If judicial review were eliminated, what alternative means could be used to interpret the meaning of the Constitution?
  10. c-justice 200

    Should judicial review be eliminated? Provide a detailed explanation for your answer. b) If judicial review were eliminated, what alternative means could be used to interpret the meaning of the Constitution?
  11. Government

    A Supreme Court justice who interprets provisions of the U.S. Constitution in a way that takes current social values into consideration is practicing which? 1.de novo review 2.judicial self-restraint 3. stare decisis 4. judicial activism Isn't it judicial activism? Yes. That's...
  12. History

    Could someone explain the concept of judicial review and its impact on the balance of power in the United States Government? Judical review means that the courts can review congressional and administrative actions to see if they are constitutional. The Supreme Court gave ...
  13. government

    judicial review is the power of the american courts to
  14. history

    What is: The right of the Supreme Court to rule on acts of other branches of the government? http://www.m-w.com/cgi-bin/dictionary?book=Dictionary&va=judicial+review judicial review
  15. American Government

    "The judicial Power shall extend to all Cases, in Law and Equity, arising under this Constitution, the Laws of the United States, and Treaties made, or which shall be made, under their Authority..." Read the passage. How does the Constitution establish the powers of the ...
  16. SOC 320

    Which of the following is among the Courts’ means of influencing implementation? (Points : 1) Judicial review of administrative rules and rule making Direct oversight of executive branch agencies Routine judicial review of appropriations Intervening in policy cases they ...
  17. American History

    between 1900 and the mid - 1930, the Supreme Court exercised judicial review primarily in:
  18. american government

    The Framers' most significant modification of the traditional doctrine of the separation powers? A)include a two-chamber legislature. B)define legislative power precisely, while defining executive and judicial power only in general terms. C)ensure that the powers of the ...
  19. American Government

    What are the characteristics of American democracy? How does American democracy differ from the theory of democratic government?
  20. pol 125 - American National Government

    what extent the war on terror justifies the President's indefinite detention of "enemy combatants" without the possibility of the minimal judicial review protected by habeas corpus?
  21. American Constitutonal Law

    Which case did NOT involve an issue of judicial review? A. Maybury v. Madison B. United States v. Nixon C. Martin v. Hunter Lessee D. Hammons v. Simpson. I think it's C. but my textbook isn't clear enough.
  22. government

    What does it mean when a question is asking about the fundamental elements of American democracy. I am to pick an element of American democracy that I would like to change and why but I am confused as to exactly what it is talking about. Could someone give me an example?
  23. History

    4. Who Killed Alexander Hamilton in a duel in 1804? Aaron Burr? 5.Who broadened the Supreme Court's power A.John Adams B.Thomas Jefferson C.William Marbury D.John Marshall Answer : D 6. In Marbury v Madison (1803) the US Supreme Court established the A.Legality of slavery B....
  24. American National Government

    Why is the judicial branch a non-parisan body? I know that the judicial branch has independent power but that is really all that I know. Could someone please help me? Thanks.
  25. American Government

    The source of the Supreme Court's authority is Moral suasion Judicial activism Concurring opinion Dissent My answer: judicial activism
  26. American Constitutional Law

    Which of the following is NOT a constraint on federal judicial power? A. Lifetime appointment B. Presidential nomination C. Impeachment for high crimes and misdemeanors D. Congressional control of judicial jurisdiction I think it's C., but not positive
  27. American Gov

    The Framers’ concerns about direct democracy are well illustrated by the fact that the U.S. Constitution does not feature the word “democracy” at all. T or F
  28. American gov

    17. The requirements for libel detailed in New York Times v. Sullivan protect which principle? (1 point) equal protection of the law right to criticize the government separation of church and state judicial review as i'm researching i see protection a lot. so My answer is a?
  29. social studies

    Define democracy and address the following in 200 to 300 words: What does American democracy mean to you as an individual? What are some of the criticisms of this style of government?
  30. US History

    of the following statements which of the following best represents the role of the judicial branch of the government a. the judicial branch tries employees that are accused of committing a crime b. the judicial branch has the ability to declare a law unconstitutional. c. the ...
  31. S.S

    of the following statements which of the following best represents the role of the judicial branch of the government a. the judicial branch tries employees that are accused of committing a crime b. the judicial branch has the ability to declare a law unconstitutional. c. the ...
  32. government??

    What would happen if Judiciary Review didn't exist. That is what would the differences be today in Judicial Review hadnt come into place from the Marbury v madison case. I mean,, i know that obviously all these cases would have never been decided. but what else??
  33. American National Government

    How does the other branches of government "check" the judicial branch in order to keep it from becoming too powerful? My answer is: The President puts forward the nomination for the judges and the Senate confirms them, this is considered to be a part of checks and balances. ...
  34. American Democracy

    The greates threat to individual rights is: A> the fact that some basic rights,such as privacy,are not expressly listed in the bill of rights B> a determined majority backed by elected leaders eager to carry out its will C> the refusal of lower courts to accept the ...
  35. criminal justice

    Options Menu: Forum Topic: Interpreting the U.S. Constitution Consider the following scenario: The Supreme Court interprets the U.S. Constitution. Thomas Jefferson once argued against the doctrine of judicial review. He believed in the principles of "checks and balances," ...
  36. American Government

    if there was one fundamental element of American democracy what would it be?
  37. criminology

    review recent or curreny history related to crime and the implications from a criminological perspective
  38. American Government

    The judiciary’s status as an independent branch of the national government rests on judicial review, which grants the judiciary the authority to: a. decide which laws apply to a particular case. b. ignore public opinion when making decisions. c. strike down certain sections ...
  39. American Constitutional Law

    Please help with these two questions: The power of judicial review extends to __________ action. A. congressional B. executive C. state D. All of the above I SAY D. A judge who follows an interpretive approach that focuses on the precise meaning of the text of the Constitution...
  40. American Democracy

    Multiple choice In recent decades lobbyists in washington d.c. have increasingly A> targeted the executive branch in their efforts to influence policy dedision B> worked to defeat incumbent members of congess in order to replace them with members who would be more ...
  41. american government

    Judges who practice what their critics call “judicial activism” argue that judges (Points : 1) have a responsibility to protect individual rights and liberties. have a responsibility to be anti-majoritarian because democracy is not always a good thing. should ask what was ...
  42. American History

    Why did many revolutionary leaders shaping the government of the new nation begin to find the principle of democracy troubling? How did they attempt to balance democracy with other concerns in the new government?
  43. college> The American Democracy

    for these questions pick a,b.c or d. #6 in recent decades,lobbyists in washington d.c. have incressingly: A. targeted executive branch in their efforts to influence policy decisions. B. worked to defeat incumbent members congress in order to replace them with member who would ...
  44. Criminal Justice

    Should judicial review be eliminated? Provide a detailed explanation for your answer.
  45. Criminal Justice

    What are the top two theorys of interpreting the constitution if we eliminated judicial review?
  46. government

    um ok so what are the words that describe the precedent created by the cases i know judicial review may be one what else can i put??
  47. History

    Can someone please help me? I really need help... What is a modern day example of judicial review?
  48. American National Government

    Several controversial Supreme Court cases have come out of GITMO. One fundamental question that has been debated, but not clearly resolved, is to what extent the war on terror justifies the President's indefinite detention of "enemy combatants" without the possibility of the ...
  49. Criminal Justice

    If judicial review were eliminated, what alternative means could be used to interpret the meaning of the Constitution?
  50. American National gOVERNMENT

    Plea bargaining is another controversial practice in the American judicial system. Should the nature of the crime affect the defendant’s opportunity to plea bargain?
  51. history

    is a judicial review a : The right of the Supreme Court to rule on acts of other branches of the government? or is it something else? That is it.
  52. american politics

    Which of the following statements is incorrect? A. Democracies tolerate different opinions and interests. B. Democracy is a favored “label” for many governments. C. Citizen participation in voting must exceed 80 percent of eligible voters in order for a government to be ...
  53. History

    The election of 1800 was decided by A. The Senate B. House of Reps C. Popular Votes D. Electoral College B 2. The Supreme Court reviewing and ruling on acts of other branches of the gov is called A. Supremacy B. Law review C.Judicial review D.Supreme Ruling Answer : C 3. The ...
  54. Criminal Justice/Judicial System

    One concern with specialized courts is that they are ________; critics say that treatment, individualized sentencing, and judicial monitoring coddle offenders. A. insufficient in judicial buy-in B. a passing fad C. blurred D. soft on crime I think it's D, but not sure.
  55. American Govt

    What are the four trends in the modern American political economy? Identify each and use evidence from the course to provide proof of each trend in practice. Then discuss the pros and cons of each trend. Are they healthy or unhealthy developments for the American ...
  56. American History

    What does American democracy mean to mean to you as an individual? What are some of the criticism of this style of government?
  57. history

    do you think that I could say that Jefferson influenced politics by judicial review being established in his first term even though he was against it.
  58. american goverment check answers

    6.  In January 2013, the United States officially recognized the government of Somalia for the first time since 1991. Which of the following is one reason for this action? (1 point) to show that the U.S. believes Somalia has completed its...
  59. constitution

    Which case did NOT involve an issue of judicial review? A. Marbury v. Madison B. United States v. Nixon C. Martin v. Hunter's Lessee D. Hammons v. Simpson Is it D
  60. Psychology

    I am doing a journal review paper. What are the implications of this work (i.e. what light does it shed on the particular topic related to psychology)? I do not understand the question. What is it asking me to do?
  61. history

    what is “judicial review”? how might the history of America be different without it?
  62. history

    The power of judicial review is found in Article I of the Constitution true or false true?
  63. civics

    what was the major difference between Greek and Roman democracy? A The Romans elected people to run their govt B The Greeks had everyone who was eligible participate in govt decisions C Roman democracy included everyone while Greek democracy included only free, white men D ...
  64. american hist

    why did the framers begin the constitution with "we the people..."? http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Democracy
  65. Government

    This case came about because President Marbury refused to honor the last-minute judicial appointments of Pres. Madison. A) True B) False 2. Marbury wanted the courts to issue of writ of mandamus, a court order forcing Jefferson to give him his commission. A) True B) False 3. ...
  66. American Democracy

    What is Devolution
  67. socials

    are the symbols of democracy important? yes, because the basic principle of democracy is freedom, the citizens can only have a share of freedom in democracy. i need halp
  68. U.S. Government

    The Farmers called our government a republic instead of a democracy because they wanted to be clear that they were creating a representative constitutional democracy and not a direct democracy. If the Framers were alive today? 1. What do you think they would say about our move...
  69. Government

    The Farmers called our government a republic instead of a democracy because they wanted to be clear that they were creating a representative constitutional democracy and not a direct democracy. If the Framers were alive today? 1. What do you think they would say about our move...
  70. please revise

    Evidence clearly demonstrates Latin America’s transition to democracy. Though unstable, it’s long democratic history reveals progression from oligarchy, to semi-democracy, to an electoral democracy. Thus, with these three cycles of democratization trace the political ...
  71. American Government

    I need help with this question: Althouh the New Jersy plan was not entirely adopted at the Constitutional Convention,the New Jersey Plan contained an idea that later became known as the ____________ which requires judges to treat federal laws superior to state laws. 1. ...
  72. Economics

    According to the U.S. Constitution and judicial review, each person's individual rights guaranteed by the 1st Amendment are absolute, meaning that there are no limits to your rights. True Or False
  73. constitution

    Which of the following Chief Justices of the Supreme Court was responsible for writing the majority opinion in Marbury v. Madison, wherein the power of judicial review was announced? A. Jay B. Rehnquist C. Warren D. Marshall is it D
  74. American Government

    1) which of the following describes the supreme court's role in defining constitutional principles? A) the supreme court plays a minimal role in defining constitutional principles. B) the supreme court uses judicial review as a tool to define constitutional principles.*** C) ...
  75. American Constitutional Law

    If a state court decides a case on independent and adequate state grounds, the Supreme Court will: A. not review the federal issues. B. review the federal issues if they are parallel to the state issues. C. review all federal issues. D. vacate the state decision. Is it B?
  76. american government

    What is the power of judicial review given to the Supreme Court and where does it receive this power? Anon... this is an excellent explanation of the source and reason. http://www.law.umkc.edu/faculty/projects/ftrials/conlaw/judicialrev.htm
  77. Government

    What are basic features of the American concept of Democracy?
  78. Science

    Which are reasons to get a claim peer reviewed? Check all that apply. A peer review verifies conclusions. A peer review proves everyone else wrong. A peer review maintains standards of the field. A peer review identifies sources of errors. A peer review gains direct funding.
  79. social studies

    what are three basic values of american democracy
  80. social studies

    What did the Gadsden Purchase have on American democracy?
  81. American Gov.

    why is compromise importamt to solving problems in a democracy?
  82. American democracy

    what is the congressional lawmaking process biased toward
  83. government

    The judiciary's status as an independent branch of national government depends on judicial review, which grants the judiciary the authority to
  84. History

    Which type of courts exercise the broad power of judicial review? A:Article I courts B:Article II courts C:Article III courts*** D:Article IV courts Which jurisdiction does the Supreme Court exercise most often? A:Original B:Exclusive C:Appellate*** D:Concurrent What type of ...
  85. History

    Can someone please help me with this history question? I looked for the answer but couldn't find it in my lessons or through the internet... Question~ What is a modern day example of judicial review
  86. History

    Is the growth of democracy a coincidence? how did expansionism shape american relations?
  87. social studies

    How did the aquisition of the Oregon Country affect American Democracy?
  88. Lit

    What works has become a classic expressions of the meaning of American democracy?
  89. Civics

    Which of the below concepts most closely relates to reserved powers, delegated powers, and concurrent powers? Shared powers*** The amendment process Judicial review Federalism
  90. History

    1:Which philosophers of the European Enlightenment influenced the founding documents of American government through their theory of a social contract? A:Michel de Montaigne and Denis Diderot B:Charles de Montesquieu and Mary Wollstonecraft C:Thomas Hobbes and John Locke*** D:...
  91. sentence

    The United States is not a democracy, it is a Republic. The United States is a democracy because the people elect its leaders. democracy Can someone help me understand how to use this word in a sentence? Correction of the run-on (comma splice): ... democracy. It ... http://...
  92. Criminology

    what are the policy implications of social development theories? how have these implications been reflected in actual policy, if at all?
  93. law

    What are the policy implications of social development theories? How have these implications been reflected in actual policy, if at all?
  94. Sociology

    What are the implications of a dual relationship? I don't need the answer, I just need to know what the question means by "implications". Like consequences??? Thanks
  95. Government Check

    Which of the following is NOT a reason why the Framers opposed direct democracy? =a.)They thought direct democracy is impractical in large countries like the United States. b.)They did not believe in consent of the governed. c.)They did not trust the common people to make ...
  96. american democracy

    public opinions is ordinarily used in reference to the whole society. this perspective is :
  97. SOCIAL STUDIES

    Does Andrew Jackson believe that the Trail of Tears was a triumph of American democracy?
  98. Writing

    I am doing a journal review paper for Psychology. What are the implications of this work (i.e. what light does it shed on the particular topic related to psychology)? I do not understand the question. What is it asking me to do? Can someone explain the question so I am can ...
  99. SS

    Which phrase best describes the shift in power in Iraq since independence? A:From Democracy to Monarchy B:From Dictatorship to Monarchy C:From Democracy to Dictatorship D:From Monarchy to Democracy I think it is B or C. Thank you for your help
  100. Government

    *= my answer 1. _____ is closely related to _____. a.)Absolutism,constitutional monarchy b.)Revolution, figurehead c.)Socialism, communism *d.)Authoritarianism, democracy 2. Popular sovereignty is _____. a.)the idea that the people are the ultimate source of authority b.)a ...
  1. Pages:
  2. 1
  3. 2
  4. 3
  5. 4
  6. 5
  7. 6
  8. 7
  9. 8
  10. 9
  11. 10
  12. 11
  13. 12
  14. 13
  15. 14
  16. 15
  17. 16
  18. 17
  19. 18
  20. 19
  21. 20
  22. 21
  23. 22
  24. 23
  25. 24
  26. 25
  27. 26
  28. 27
  29. 28
  30. 29
  31. 30
  32. 31
  33. 32
  34. 33
  35. 34
  36. 35
  37. 36
  38. 37
  39. 38
  40. 39
  41. 40
  42. 41
  43. 42
  44. 43
  45. 44
  46. 45
  47. 46
  48. 47
  49. 48
  50. 49
  51. 50
  52. 51
  53. 52
  54. 53
  55. 54
  56. 55
  57. 56
  58. 57
  59. 58
  60. 59
  61. 60
  62. 61
  63. 62
  64. 63
  65. 64
  66. 65
  67. 66
  68. 67
  69. 68
  70. 69
  71. 70
  72. 71
  73. 72
  74. 73
  75. 74
  76. 75
  77. 76
  78. 77
  79. 78
  80. 79
  81. 80
  82. 81
  83. 82
  84. 83
  85. 84
  86. 85
  87. 86
  88. 87
  89. 88
  90. 89
  91. 90
  92. 91
  93. 92
  94. 93