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the supreme court rules the majority. Is judicial review "democratic?

the supreme court rules the majority. Is judicial review "democratic?"

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  • can you explain a bit further in detail like which factors
    • gaganguru18
    • Aug 12, 2018 at 7:09pm
  • Okay``
    • livingstonea75
    • Aug 12, 2018 at 7:13pm
  • To top up my explanation above: Allow me to say that the factors which influence the judicial reviews are different with regards to each and every country's way of doing things. For example, if we look at factors such as religious prospects, traditions, the law and a country's recent history like I stated above: we realize that the judicial system determines its rule in relation to factors such as a society's values in relation to its traditions or religion, a society's traditional view of a normal way of life in terms of the characters that are acceptable and the ones that are not, a country's recent history with regards to the mistakes that great people made in the recent past and how they can be avoided.
    • livingstonea75
    • Aug 12, 2018 at 7:21pm

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