[Answer] Where does Hamilton stand on the power of the judicial branch of government and how do you know?

Answer: Hamilton believes the power of the judicial branch is very significant and an integral part of our government. He states that “…the general liberty of the people can never be endangered from that quarter…as the judiciary remains truly distinct from both the legislative and executive.” That means that its less likely for a person’s rights to be abused by the judicial branch as by the executive or legislative and since the peoples’ rights are of the principal concern they are important to protect.
Where does Hamilton stand on the power of the judic…

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