Abolishing Judicial Review

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Title: Abolishing Judicial Review
Author: Tushnet, Mark V.
Citation: Mark Tushnet, Abolishing Judicial Review, 27 Const. Comment. 581 (2011).
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Abstract: An Essay is presented on the judicial review of the proposed amendments of the U.S. Constitution and acts of the U.S. Congress. It further discusses the role of judges as experts in law which include addressing all constitutional complaints, interpretation of government policies. It also states that the proposed amendments can provide the Congress rights to enact statutes and discusses the need of developing institutional mechanism to improve capacity of the law experts.
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