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A New Party in Power Review of Lesson 10.1 Questions
Do Now Take out your fact-finder
Question 1 What changes did Thomas Jefferson do concerning the following topics?
National Debt and Military Expenses
Jefferson and Albert Gallatin, secretary of the treasury, reduced the national debt and cut down on military expenses.
Federal Government Workers
Jefferson limited the number of federal government workers to a few hundred people.
Federal taxes and customs duties
His government got rid of most federal taxes and only collected customs duties, or taxes on imported goods.
Where the government’s income would come from
Under Jefferson, the government’s income would come from custom’s duties and from the sale of western lands.
Question 2 What did the Judiciary Act of 1801 set up?
Answer The Judiciary Act of 1801 set up a system of courts.
Question 3 What 2 things did John Adams do under the act?
Answer John Adams made hundreds of appointments during his last days as president.
Answer He also asked John Marshall to serve as Chief Justice.
Question 4 What 4 reasons did this favor Adams and not Jefferson? Adams Jefferson
Answer The Judiciary Act of 1801 made it so that Congress was still under Federalist control and supported Adam’s choices.
Answer In this way, Adams blocked Jefferson from making appointments and made sure the Federalists controlled the courts.
Question 5 When Jefferson became president, what was his response to the appointees who had not received their commissions?
Answer Jefferson told Secretary of State James Madison not to deliver the commissions.
Question 6 What were the two reasons the Supreme Court said that is could not force the delivery of William Marbury’s commission?
Answer The Court said it did not have the jurisdiction – the legal authority – to force delivery of Marbury’s commission.
Answer The Court also ruled that doing this violated the Constitution.
Question 7 In the ruling of Marbury v. Madison, what 3 principles of Judicial Review did Chief Justice John Marshall establish?
Answer A. The Constitution is the supreme law of the land.
Answer B. The Constitution must be followed when there is a conflict with any other law.
Answer C. The judicial branch can declare laws unconstitutional.
Question 8 What is judicial review?
Answer Judicial review is the power of the courts to find acts of other branches unconstitutional.
Jefferson Takes Office
We the Students. Judicial Review was created after the 1803 Supreme Court case, Marbury V. Madison. Judicial Review is the court's authority to examine.
The Most Significant and Controversial Supreme Court Case in History!
In the Presidential election of 1800 there were two political parties going head to head Federalists Democratic-Republicans.
Thomas Jefferson and the Supreme Court
Who were the “midnight judges?”. Judiciary Act of 1801 Increased the number of federal judges with life terms. “midnight judges” Adams appoints the federal.
1 “The Republicans Take Power”. Unpacking the Standards After reading this section, you will be able to: Describe how Jefferson won the 1800 election.
Judicial Interpretation of the Constitution The Constitution is not clear about the power of the Supreme Court.
Marbury V. Madison The Principle of Judicial Review.
DO NOW: Recreate the diagram and fill in (use p )
Marbury v. Madison.
MARBURY V. MADISON. Federalists controlled the Judicial Branch Adam’s created and filled 16 new judge positions at midnight on his last day in office.
Unit 4 Lesson 3: Marbury v. Madison
Chapter 9, Section 1 The Republicans Take Power (ISN pp )
Chapter 9 – The Jefferson Era (1) ( ) Section 1 – The Republicans Take Power A.Election of Federalist Party – Pres. John Adams (2 nd term)
The History of the Supreme Court HUSH Unit Three.
Starter Thomas Jefferson won the election of 1800 for president of the United States. Why would this election be called a “revolution?” How did Jefferson’s.
Thomas Jefferson Election of 1800 In a presidential election you are really voting for electors who meet in what is known as the electoral college.
A New Party In Power. The Election of Neither candidate traveled around the country for support -Campaigning consisted of people writing letters.
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