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Why did the Constitution grant Congress the power to create "inferior courts”? The builders of the Constitution ensured the extension of the principle of checks and balances. The builders of the Constitution feared the Supreme Court would become too powerful without other courts. The builders of the Constitution wanted other branches of government to have their own courts. The builders of the Constitution wanted federal and state courts to share power under the Supreme Court.

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Kenzieah1219

Hey friend. Let's figure this out. The Constitution granted Congress the power to create "inferior courts," because, the builders of the Constitution wanted federal and state courts to share power under the Supreme Court.

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