What would Hamilton likely say today about the judicial branch and its role in our government system?

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If Alexander Hamilton viewed the modern judicial branch, I think that he would believe that what he articulated back then is being continued today.

Hamilton would see the modern judicial branch as similar to what he observed in the nation's earliest days.  He argued that the interpretative function of the judiciary made it predisposed to not harming the Constitution. In many respects, Hamilton saw it as the least powerful of the three branches:  

Whoever attentively considers the different...

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