. 1 Blackstone, Commentaries
*91. As to the 18th-century position generally, see J. W. Gough, Fundamental Law in English Constitutional History
174–191 (Oxford, rev. edn., 1961); Plucknett, “Bonham's Case and Judicial Review,”
Harv. L. Rev.
58–60 (1926). Even Lord Camden, a friend to America, took the same position in 1768.
Quincy, Reports (Appendix)
516–517. For the modern British view, see Edward McWhinney, Judicial Review in the English-Speaking World
31–48 (Toronto, 2d edn., 1960).