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Readers may recall the October column in which we discussed James F. Simon’s What Kind of Nation. That text was basically a historical review of Thomas Jefferson’s Republican battle with Federalists and against John Adams in the Presidential election of 1800. It explained how John Marshall, appointed by Adams as Chief Justice of the Supreme Court, eventually made that Court a co-equal with both the Congress and the Presidency. Despite much animosity between Jefferson and his Virginia cousin, John Marshall, it was Marshall who made the Court the supreme interpreter of the Constitution.

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