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    In what ways does the doctrine of judicial review interfere with the right of "we the people" to pass laws that seem most likely to affect our safety and happiness? What are the strengths and weaknesses of such a doctrine?

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    The doctrine of judicial review does not technically interfere with the right of the people to pass laws that seem most likely to effect their safety and happiness, because the job of the those who execute judicial review is to ...

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