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Chapter 15: Congressional Pressure
Chapter 15: Congressional pressure

Congress and the judiciary are separate but interdependent branches of the federal government. The Supreme Court defines the limits of congressional authority under the terms of the Constitution; Congress confirms the Court's members, sets its jurisdiction, and pays its bills. Just as the Court has used its judicial review powers to influence the shape of ...

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