Just war theory is the ethical perspective of war and peace and discerns between the justifiable and unjustifiable use of armed forces during the war. Just war theory is divided into three parts which are jus ad bellum, jus in Bello, and jus post bellum. Just war theory is concerned with the establishment of peace through the justifiable use of armed forces.
Marbury vs. Madison is defined as a case decision taken by the United States Supreme Court in 1803 in which the federal law was declared unconstitutional. The opinion, which was written by the chief justice john marshal, held that the determination of law is the responsibility of judicial branch. The decision proved the power to the judicial system and the courts were held responsible for declaring any unlawful activity as unconstitutional. The decision helped in strengthening the doctrine of judicial review regarding unlawful legislations.
The federalist is the classic work of political philosophy of the United States of America and is referred to as the federalist papers by Madison and Hamilton. If we talk about the Federalist Party, we can say that it believes in creating and strengthening the federal government which should unite the states as a large nation and where the power should be over state governments. Federalist is also the exposition of modern federation principles and is based on apposite federal practices.
Feudalism refers to a political organizational system which is a creation of post-medieval scholars. In feudalism, an elite individual or a powerful individual controls the people living in his area. Feudalism includes the land lords who make reciprocal agreements with the government or leaders in order to take charge of a vast area and establish their rules and regulations in those areas. The land lord offers protection to the people living in his area in exchange of working on his land.
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