Week 2 Discussion 1 The Principles In Marbury v. Madison, describe and comment about both Jeffersons approach and Madisons logic, and weigh the options

Week 2 Discussion 1 The Principles In Marbury v. Madison, describe and comment about both Jeffersons approach and Madisons logic, and weigh the options


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In Marbury v. Madison, describe and comment about both Jefferson's approach and Madison's logic, and weigh the options.

  • Explain if Jefferson's approach could have worked.- Discuss the significance of the case to the constitutional principles.

Analyze and discuss how the opinions in Griswold v. Connecticut reflect justices' views about the roles of the judiciary and the legislature.

In Marbury v. Madison, describe and comment about both Jefferson's approach and Madison's logic, and weigh the options.

  • Explain if Jefferson's approach could have worked.

  • Discuss the significance of the case to the constitutional principles.

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