Mgmt 200 - 2 I completely disagree with the"Supreme Court...

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2. I completely disagree with the “Supreme Court justices never allowed of their beliefs as to ‘what is good for the country’ in any part in the process of deciding court cases.” First of all, all deciding cases should be based off the Constitution, which is and was made equivocally to set a standard of principles in the best interest on what should be for the nation. And those who have the power in interpreting the Constitution are the Supreme Court justices. Since it is up the justices in understanding the ambiguous language of the Constitution, they should be allowed to view in their beliefs as to “what is good for the country” during the decision of court cases. All through history, we have seen court justices infer their beliefs in the countless number of court cases. And many of times, their decisions based on their moral values have not only benefited the nation by interpreting the Constitution but have also allowed future cases to review the decisions in relevant cases made in the past. An excellent example of this is Marbury v. Madison. When making the final
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This note was uploaded on 04/10/2008 for the course MGMT 200 taught by Professor Gautschi during the Winter '07 term at University of Washington.

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