Scholarly Articles and Other Contributions
 

Document Type

Article

Publication Date

1979

Abstract

It will be the purpose of this article to explore the modern significance of Coke's influence as analyzed and interpreted through the famous Bonham's Case and thereby to provide an insight into the development of our own concepts of judicial review, as borrowed from the English, in its original historical-legal perspective and as seen through the decision in Marbury v. Madison and applied modernly in the principal case of Baker v.Carr.

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