Judicial Review—A Regulator of American Society

Zipeng He

Abstract


Judicial review of the American Supreme Court plays an unexampled role in the political life of the United States. For the system of separation of powers, it is an important method for the Supreme Court to check the Congress and the President. For the American public, it helps build public values and plays an important role in protecting human rights and dealing with big disputes. It is exaggerated to say that the history of the United States can be written by the judgments of the federal courts. However, it is reasonable to say that without the history recorded by the judgments of the Supreme Court, the history of the United States will not be complete. Therefore, judicial review is an important adjuster for the American society.


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