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Review Session - LS182 Review Session Rosenberg asks the...

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LS182 Review Session Rosenberg asks the question. Courts don’t look very good -rarely affect significant change by themselves As compared to other institutions -Congress is in the pocket of interest groups No party disciplined Courts aren’t effective because…? Anti-federalists (Opposition to the Constitution) Ironic because anti-federalists were the TRUE federalist Problem with constitution allowed federal government to suck up the states leading to unitarist (sp?) Brutus Says -Federalist say that judiciary has no power over state. . blah blah blah -Says constitution is very ambitious, but also says the Judiciary does have power under law and equity (define equity) . King in common-law has the power of equity. Constitution gives the courts the power of equity (ie: Schools, prisons etc.) -Congress has vast powers (necessary and proper powers to enforce previously stated powers) -Brown vs. Board was courts telling States what to do, Congress jumps on board after to join the courts. -Prison system reform was started by the Federal courts and shortly after,
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