Gov essay outlines - GOV 310L Tammie Tse T H R EE SUPRE M E COUR T CASES THREE SUPREME COURT CASES DRAMAT ICALLY EXPANDED THE POWER OF THE FEDERAL

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Unformatted text preview: GOV 310L Tammie Tse T H R EE SUPRE M E COUR T CASES THREE SUPREME COURT CASES DRAMAT ICALLY EXPANDED THE POWER OF THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT. EXPLAIN THE OUTCOME OF THESE CASES, INCLUD ING AN ANALYSIS OF HOW EACH I MPACTED THE TRAD IT IONAL INTEREST GROUPS AL IGNED WITH THE FEDERAL IST AND ANTI-FEDERAL IST TRAD IT IONS. INTRODUCTION IN THE COURSE OF AMERICAN HISTORY, MANY THINGS HAVE HAPPENED THAT HAS EXPANDED THE POWER OF THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT DRASTICALL Y. THIS COULD BE SEEN THROUGH THREE FAMOUS COURT CASES: MCCULLOCH V. MARYLAND, MARBURY V. MADISON, AND GIBBONS V. OGDEN MCCULLOCH VS. M ARYLAND CONGRESS HAS THE AUTHORITY TO ESTABLISH A BANK BECAUSE IT IS IMPLIED AS TO “FACILITATE COMMERCE” MCCULLOCH WON, AL LOWING THE GOVERNMENT TO SET UP A BANK SUPPORTED IDEA OF IMPLIED POWERS OVER THE 10 TH AMENDMENT (ALL-UNENUMERATED POWERS GIVEN TO STATES OR PEOPLE) AND AL LOWED FEDERALISTS TO GET MORE POWER OVER COMMERCE M ARBURY V. M ADISON SUPREME COURT IS THE FINAL ARBITER FOR WHAT THE CONSTITUTION MEANS AND ALSO HAS THE AUTHORITY TO DECLARE AN ACT OF CONGRESS AS UNCONSTITUTIONAL Tammie Tse MADISON/ANTI-FEDERALISTS WON THE COURT RULING BUT THE FEDERALISTS GAINED MORE POWER TO REGULATE ITSELF BY...
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This note was uploaded on 04/07/2008 for the course GOV 310L taught by Professor Kieth during the Spring '07 term at University of Texas at Austin.

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Gov essay outlines - GOV 310L Tammie Tse T H R EE SUPRE M E COUR T CASES THREE SUPREME COURT CASES DRAMAT ICALLY EXPANDED THE POWER OF THE FEDERAL

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