Marbury v. Madison y los mitos acerca del control judicial de constitucionalidad

  • Manuel José García-Mansilla Facultad de Derecho, Universidad Austral
Palabras clave: Marbury v. Madison, John Marshall, control judicial de constitucionalidad, constitución, deber judicial

Resumen

Este trabajo propone revisar ciertos mitos acerca del rol que habrían tenido tanto el Chief Justice John Marshall como su decisión en el fallo Marbury v. Madison en relación con el origen del control judicial de constitucionalidad.

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