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1.02 Activity _4 Landmark Cases In American History there have been several Supreme Court cases which are considered “landmark.” A landmark case is one in which a significant change to legal precedent (previous cases) or a significant change to law has been made. There are several which are important to understanding the evolution of American Law. You are to go to the following websites and read about each of the following landmark cases. Answer the questions listed about EACH of the cases. When you are done, please save your file and use the “Upload Landmark Cases” link from Moodle to upload the file so I can view it. Thank you! Case: Marbury v. Madison Web Site: Questions: 1. What is “judicial review?” The power of federal courts to void acts of Congress in conflict with the Constitution. 2. Who was the Chief Justice at the time?
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