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Judicial restraint: Quiz

  

Question 1: ________, 2000 - Florida Supreme Court's method for recounting ballots was ruled as having violated the Equal Protection Clause of the Fourteenth Amendment in a presidential election
Bush v. Palm Beach County Canvassing BoardUnited States presidential election, 2000George W. BushBush v. Gore

Question 2: Judicially-restrained judges respect ________, the principle of upholding established precedent handed down by past judges.
Stare decisisUnited StatesCommon lawSupreme court

Question 3: Judicial restraint is a theory of judicial interpretation that encourages ________ to limit the exercise of their own power.
ProfessorJudgeDoctor (title)Rabbi

Question 4: Judicial minimalists argue that judges should put great emphasis on adherence to stare decisis and ________.
PrecedentJohn G. RobertsCommon lawRoe v. Wade

Question 5: Former Associate Justice ________, a Democrat appointed by Franklin Roosevelt, is generally seen as the "model of judicial restraint." [2]
Louis BrandeisFelix FrankfurterWilliam O. DouglasHugo Black

Question 6: [1] It is sometimes regarded as the opposite of ________.
Judicial activismWilliam O. DouglasRobert H. JacksonHugo Black
















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