Difficult to summarize, but it's interesting to note one option not seriously on the table in 1958:
The origins of the power of judicial review in the intent of the framers of the Constitution are no doubt uncertain; but it is not universally recognized as true that the framers had in mind only the narrow need of preventing "the failure of the undertaking" by keeping the several departments of the government from stepping all over each other. Various opinions were held by the framers. None can be said to have been adopted to the exclusion of the others. Normally, since it is a constitution we are expounding, this is a condition that leaves posterity relatively free to meet its needs as they arise.So one might think.