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How did John Marshall’s decision in the Marbury v. Madison case changed the balance of power?





This is an essay question and I have no way to approach it because I wasn't there during the period my AP US History taught us this and I have to do it and turn it in tomorrow. Can anyone help? I'm stacked with a bunch of other hw and I'm trying to catch up. Don't retell history, explain how it changed the balance of power please.



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  1. mccurdy says:

    jhon marshel was the supreme court justice and he changed the balance of power because he created judicial review meaning this now made the supreme court equal with the other branches because they now had the power to look over a law and declare weather it was constitutional or not