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Can common good constitutionalism replace originalism?
What are the arguments for and against judicial supremacy?
When did Lincoln write this document and to whom was it response?
The U.S. Constitution defines three branches of government: the legislative, executive and judicial. But, even during the Federal Convention of 1787, delegates disagreed on the structure, powers, and responsibilities of these branches.