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Various notes- - o Judiciary can review laws and deem them unconstitutional • McCulloch v Maryland(1819 o Increased power of “NECESSARY AND

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28/08/2006 11:36:00 New government First actions o Washington selects a Cabinet State: Jefferson Treasury: Hamilton o Madison pushes for the Bill of Rights Into effect 1791 Old problems – DEBT! Need source of revenue o Tariff of 1789 Get money by tax imports + shippers pay tonnage South planters upset, cost more to ship and receive o Hamilton’s financial program Gov. needs to be able to borrow money Congress to pay all of Confed. Cong. debt o Federal Bank Washington’s Farewell Address Two-term precedent Warned against political parties Federalist Forward-looking economically; government-regulated trade Democratic-Republican Opposite ?
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Revolution of 1800 Attack on Judiciary Marbury v Madison (1803) o Established doctine of “JUDICIAL REVIEW”
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Unformatted text preview: o Judiciary can review laws and deem them unconstitutional • McCulloch v Maryland (1819) o Increased power of “NECESSARY AND PROPER” clause and “SUPREMACY” clause o Second National Bank; Maryland didn’t want to pay for it ← Louisiana Purchase - $15 million bargain; doubled size; is president allowed to buy land? ← ← War of 1812 (vs. Great Britain) • Treaty of Ghent – ended war, but (didn’t really do anything?) • Signicicance o Social – national pride o Politial – end of federalists, 2 wings of D-R’s; good feeling era o Diplomatic – increased nation’s prestige overseas 28/08/2006 11:36:00 ← 28/08/2006 11:36:00 ←...
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This note was uploaded on 04/06/2008 for the course HIST 102 taught by Professor Bettinger during the Spring '07 term at Saint Mary's University Texas.

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Various notes- - o Judiciary can review laws and deem them unconstitutional • McCulloch v Maryland(1819 o Increased power of “NECESSARY AND

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