Power of the judicial branch the federalists papers

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Power of the judicial branch
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The Federalists Papers Trying to rally support for the Constitution because Southern States weren’t all in!
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wrote a series of papers in support of this new government. (don’t write below) “Because man is corruptible…he cannot be trusted to govern himself…needed is an elaborate constitutional system to prevent rulers from acting in an arbitrary and abusive manner.” James Madison, Alexander Hamilton, and John Jay
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Federalists (strong federal government) Vs. Anti-Federalists (state rights) Beginnings of Political Parties
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Alexander Hamilton (One Shot!) Federalist , who was the only founding father, not born in the US Who was he? a. an immigrant from the West Indies B. born out of wedlock C. orphaned as a young child D. was sent to the US to study in finance E. fought in the American Revolution under Washington
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Hamilton the Play Created by Lin Manuel, he studied Hamilton and the biography based on Hamilton’s life, and created a musical that became the all time highest selling play. *It’s coming to SA
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Antifederalists (lead by Thomas Jefferson) contended that a list of basic civil rights needed to be included. Bill of Rights
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Bill of Rights (1-10) 1 st amendment- freedom of speech, press, religion, and assembly 2 nd amendment- right to bear arms 3 rd amendment- no quartering soldiers 4 th amendment- no illegal search & seizures 5 th amendment- remain silent, no double jeopardy, and eminent domain 6 th amendment- right to a trial by your peers (jury) 7 th amendment- right to a speedy trial 8 th amendment- no cruel and unusual punishment 9 th amendment- federal government has the final authority 10 th amendment- if, the federal government doesn’t address the law, then the state can make up the laws.
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1 st Congress met in NYC, in 1789. Why? Too count ballots to see who would be the president of the US Results, A. 1 st place George Washington B. 2 nd placeJohn Adams The New Nation
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1. Thomas Jefferson- sec of state 2. Alexander Hamilton- Sec. of Treasury 3. Henry Knox- Sec.
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