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In Federalist # 78, Alexander Hamilton outlines his opinions

In Federalist # 78, Alexander Hamilton outlines his opinions
on both the “mode” of appointing judges and the “tenure” these judges
should enjoy once they are chosen. Explain (in some detail) (a) why
Hamilton believes the Judiciary branch of the new United States
government is the least powerful (compared to the Executive &
Legislative branches). (b) how Hamilton envisions the Judiciary should
resolve the predicament where two contradictory laws apply to a specific
situation. (c) why the independence of the Judiciary is absolutely
critical to its success. (d) why the permanency (or long terms) of
judges is so critical to the Judiciary’s effectiveness.