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However, there may be a deeper explanation for the territory on which the nullificationists defend the prerogative: In order for a delegation of power to be democratically legitimate, it must not only be agreed upon by a democratic body, but it must also remain consistent with democratic principles.
Before moving on to the next argument that nullificationists use to support jury lawmaking, it is worth briefly considering whether the jury's minoritarianism might not in fact be a good thing.
Legislatures may be just as structurally flawed as the nullificationists argue.