Pages of Pages of H1301 Unit 2 Lecture Two class 2008 [9]

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Federalists to Republicans : Repression and protest: • Alien Act – provided barriers to immigrants becoming • Sedition Act gave gov’t power to prosecute those engaged in propaganda war (media) against gov’t. • Republicans saw acts as against them – newspaper convictions – Kentucky & Virginia Resolves – written by Jefferson and Madison – States can take action against Federal actions seen as Unconstitutional • If a State saw a law as against compact (contract)
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Unformatted text preview: they could nullify the law • • Election of 1800 – Hotly contested Adams vs. Jefferson – no restraint – Electoral vote produced tie of 73 for Burr and Jefferson – took election to House of Representatives where each state had one vote – After long struggle – Jefferson elected • Judiciary Act of 1801 – Lame Duck Federalists – Reduced Supreme Court – Appointed many judges Unit 2 Lecture Two Hollinger 1301 9 – John Marshall – Chief Justice...
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