This Is the concluding portion of Mr. Patterson's continued article. The first portion, in the Journal for January, 1938, covered the background of the theory of judicial review in the Federal Constitution. In the April issue he indicated the manner of incorporating the principle in the Constitution, and in the current installment he shows the wide use of judicial review and discusses its significance.
C. P. Patterson,
State Bar Journal,
The Development and Evaluation of Judicial Review [Part 3],
13 Wash. L. Rev. & St. B.J.
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