How does hamilton convey his ideas about judicial independence in paragraph 3? a. he argues that, since the constitution already limits the types of laws or bills that the legislative branch can pass, the role of the courts is secondary and its independence need not be guaranteed. b. he states that, since the constitution contains "exceptions" that limit what type of laws or bills can be passed, the judicial branch must be independent so that none of those exceptions apply to it. c. he claims that the limitations imposed on the legislature by the constitution demand that the courts of justice face similar limitations on its independence if the branches of government are to be considered truly equal. d. he gives examples of the types of laws or bills that the constitution forbids the legislature from passing, and he asserts that only independent courts can defend the constitution and declare such laws void.
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He states that, since the Constitution contains "exceptions" that limit what type of laws or bills can be passed, the judicial branch must be independent so that none of those exceptions apply to it.
normally working animals are domesticated and ruled by a master, a domesticator (tamer), to perform basic and important functions on a farm, for example. the value used in this context is animal labor in exchange for food. it is not so much a contrast to the story told by napoleon and the pigs, since the animals of that particular farm also performed functions on the farm through domestication. the only thing is that in this case, who rules them is a pig, also an animal, but very respected, to whom the other animals lent him submission. that's about a strong relationship of dependency between animal and owner.
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