Founding Principles: Everything You Need to Know about How the Constitution Created the Judicial Branch (Monkey Cage)

The Washington Post political science blog Monkey Cage continues its weekly series presenting episodes from Bowdoin’s Founding Principles, a series of videos designed to explain American government and how it works.

This week narrator Andrew Rudalevige, Bowdoin’s Thomas Brackett Reed Professor of Government, examines the Judiciary and the establishment of the Supreme Court — the only court the Constitution actually creates. Read Rudalevige’s Monkey Cage piece, “Here’s everything you need to know about how the Constitution created the judicial branch, in a 15-minute video” and watch other Founding Principles videos here.


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