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  • In "Federalist No. 78" Alexander Hamilton maintained that because the "courts of justice are to be considered as the bulwarks of a limited constitution against legislative encroachments," and because judges must sometimes render decisions on controversial issues, then: 
  • A. the President must authorize a system of district and appellate courts.
  •  B. the Congress should routinely investigate and impecach federal judges.
  •  C. judges should have lifetime appointments.
  •  D. the Supreme Court may feel free to make policy via its most important decisions.
  •  E. none of the above.

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