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Why was the Supreme Court case Marbury v. Madison significant? It established the power of judicial review. It increased the power of Congress. It decreased the power of the Supreme Court. It led to the passage of the Judiciary Act.

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chasegarza11

The main reason why the Supreme Court case Marbury v. Madison was significant is because "It established the power of judicial review,"--meaning that the Supreme Court could declare laws unconstitutional. 

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