Unformatted text preview: a) in looking only at the words of the Constitution in order to understand its meaning. b) that the Court should beware of overturning the judgments of popularly elected legislatures. c) that judges should limit their interpretations to the intention of the law's framers. d) the Court should go beyond the words of the Constitution or a statute to consider the broader societal implications of its decisions. e) that judges should consider legal questions rather than deciding political matters....
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- Spring '11
- Supreme Court of the United States, judicial review clause