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553 (2002); and sources cited (and refuted) in William E. Nelson, Marbury v
Madison: The Origins and Legacy of Judicial Review
2, 127 (2000). For a
defense of Marshall's legal analysis, see James E. Pfander, Marbury, Original
Jurisdiction, and the Supreme Court's Supervisory Powers, 101 Colum. L. Rev.
1515 (2001). 7. For accounts of the lack of criticism, see, e.g., Warren, supra note
3, at 248; Robert Lowry Clinton, Marbury v. Madison and Judicial Review 102 (
1989); Nelson, ...