Federalist Papers & Court System Analytical Essay by The Research Group

Federalist Papers & Court System
Examines Alexander Hamilton's arguments for federal judicial review & power of Supreme Court.
# 12622 | 1,125 words | 1 source | 1997 | US
Published on Jun 19, 2003 in Law (Constitution)


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"Alexander Hamilton was one of the authors of The Federalist Papers and set the groundwork for the way the court system would be shaped by the U.S. Constitution. It was in Federalist Paper No. 78 that Hamilton formulated the justification for judicial review. Hamilton endorsed the idea of judicial review and offered a foundation for its acceptance.
In No. 78, Hamilton first discussed the issue of the mode of appointing judges, then the tenure by which they would serve in office, and then the division of the judiciary authority between the different courts to be created. Earlier, the writers of The Federalist Papers had considered the need for there to be three branches of government as part of a scheme of checks and balances, and each branch was to operate somewhat autonomously while at the same time serving as a check on the power of the..."

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