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Chap One In chapter one the introduction it gives the reader some background knowledge of the constitution In this chapter it breaks down the constitution by explaining the articles For example Article 1 the legislative power obtained by Congress Article 2 the executive power obtained by the President of the United States Article 3 the judicial Power obtained by the courts it goes on to explain the other articles through article 7 This chapter really focuses on the first three articles of the constitution In addition explaining these three articles this book label what each article can and cannot do This chapter asks one question in which I find very interesting how should the constitution be interpreted I find this very interesting because in actuality that is to know how the constitution should be interpreted and how are they to know what andor how our four fathers meant for this to be interpreted This may seem a bit childish however I strongly feel that an extra piece of information should have been added to the constitution strictly explaining how a particular situation should be handled and in doing so how it should be interpreted in the constitution Chap Two Chapter two focuses entirely on the Federal Judicial Power In my opinion I strongly feel that the Federal Judicial power is by far the strongest power to obtain I feel this way mainly because of the famous case Marbury v Madison 1803 This particular case is the most important decision made in American Law This case practiced its authority of Judicial Review of presidential and congressional actions In order for the justices to make their decision Chief Justice John Marshall who served at that particular time structured three questions 1Does Marbury have a right to commission 2Do the laws afford Marbury a remedy 3Can the Supreme Court issue the remedy To the first two question the were both answered with the simple answer yes
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