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Chapter 17: The Court, the Media, and Public Opinion
Chapter 17: The court, the media, and public opinion

More than any other part of the American government, the courts rely on the consent of the governed. The Supreme Court, the highest and most powerful court in the land, has no enforcement power as Alexander Hamilton famously pointed out in Federalist Paper No. 78. The extent to which its decisions are implemented or ignored depends ...

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