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Title: Thomas Jefferson


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ThomasJefferson
  • 10.1

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Election of 1800
  • In a presidential election you are really voting
    for electors who meet in what is known as the
    electoral college.
  • Outcome of the election..

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  • President Thomas Jefferson
  • Vice President Aaron Burr
  • 12th amendment One vote for president and one
    vote for vice president.

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Jeffersons Presidency
  • Believed a large federal government threatened
    liberty and individual states could better
    protect freedom.
  • Limit the power and size of federal government.

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  • People who worked for Jefferson shared his same
    views.
  • Reduced national debt and cut down on military
    expense.
  • Government got rid of most federal taxes.

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Judiciary Act of 1801
  • President John Adams appointed Midnight judges.
  • Did so to keep Federalist in control of the
    courts.
  • Jefferson refused to finish commissioning the
    midnight judges.

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Supreme Court
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John Marshall
  • Federalist
  • Virginia
  • John Adams Secretary of State
  • Member of the House of Rep.
  • Decisions lay
  • basis for U.S. Constitutional law.

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Case Name Year Outcome (Opinion)
Marbury vs. Madison 1803 Principles of Judicial Review Constitution is the Supreme Law Constitution must be followed. Judicial branch can declare laws unconstitutional.



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Case Name Year Outcome (Opinion)
Marbury vs. Madison 1803 Principles of Judicial Review Constitution is the Supreme Law Constitution must be followed. Judicial branch can declare laws unconstitutional.
McCulloch vs. Maryland 1819 Congress does have implied powers. States can not tax the federal government.


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Case Name Year Outcome (Opinion)
Marbury vs. Madison 1803 Principles of Judicial Review Constitution is the Supreme Law Constitution must be followed. Judicial branch can declare laws unconstitutional.
McCulloch vs. Maryland 1819 Congress does have implied powers. States can not tax the federal government.
Gibbons vs. Ogden 1824 Federal law overrules state law in matters affecting more than one state.

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Case Name Year Outcome (Opinion)
Marbury vs. Madison 1803 Principles of Judicial Review Constitution is the Supreme Law Constitution must be followed. Judicial branch can declare laws unconstitutional.
McCulloch vs. Maryland 1819 Congress does have implied powers. States can not tax the federal government.
Gibbons vs. Ogden 1824 Federal law overrules state law in matters affecting more than one state.
Worcester vs. Georgia 1832 States could not regulate Native Americans only federal government
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