Outline--Republic in Early 19C

Outline--Republic in Early 19C - THE REPUBLIC IN THE EARLY...

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1THE REPUBLIC IN THE EARLY 19 TH CENTURY The Jeffersonian Republic Yeoman Farmer as Model Citizen o Jefferson’s Vision of America o Small scale agricultural production o Suspicious of Urban Markets and Merchants Reduced National Debt o Federalists tried to keep control of this branch of government because they lost control of the other two o Marbury was supposed to be justice of the peace of D.C. and had Madison withhold the commission. Marbury sued Madison in order to get his rightful appointment Goes before the supreme court (John Marshall) Supreme Court has the right to rule a law unconstitutional Unsure of the results if the court had ruled a law unconstitutional o Judiciary Act Declared unconstitutional – Court does not have the power to grant Marbury his appointment Has the power of Judicial Review Are laws unconstitutional? Checks the power of the other 2 branches o Chief Justice John Marshall Louisiana Purchase o Land needed to be a nation of independent farmers o Napoleon Bonaparte Wants the French to control as much land as possible to create an empire
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This note was uploaded on 03/28/2008 for the course HIST 105 taught by Professor Hatfield during the Spring '07 term at Texas A&M.

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Outline--Republic in Early 19C - THE REPUBLIC IN THE EARLY...

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