Which of the following best describes the significance of the case of Marbury v. Madison in 1803?

It created the idea of term limits by challenging the power of the president in the courts.

It gave the Supreme Court power to enforce laws by overturning a presidential veto and blocking a motion by the Senate.

It allowed for the President to appoint federal judges without the approval of Congress and threatened the balance of power.

It established that courts have the power to overturn laws found unconstitutional and defined the idea of checks and balances.

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