Mcculloch v maryland the second bank of the united

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McCulloch v. Maryland: The Second Bank of the United States was chartered and Maryland passed a legislation to impose taxes upon the bank. McCulloch, refused to pay the tax.Dartmouth College versus Woodward: New Hampshire attempted to change Dartmouth College into a state university by legislation. It changed the school’s corporate charter by transferring the control of trustee appointments to the governor.Missouri Compromise of 1820: With the addition of Missouri as a territory within the United States, it threatened to break the equal balance among the slave states and non-slave states. So there was a compromise for a vote.Cumberland Road Bill Veto: It authorized the President to appoint three commissioners to lay out a publicroad from Cumberland to the Ohio River.
Monroe Doctrine Declared 1823: Monroe’s address to Congress articulated the United States policy on the new political order developing in the rest of the Americas and the role of Europe in the Western Hemisphere. It was a longstanding tenet of United States foreign policy.Nicholas Biddle: He was a financier who was president of the Second Bank of the United States. He was Jackson’s chief antagonist and the conflict resulted in the termination of the bank.Henry Clay’s American System: It was comprised by three elements: establishing protective tariffs, creating a national bank, and investing in internal growth that could create new roads, waterways and other means of transportation. It had success and falsified the predictions of the opponents of its founders.It increased wealth, power and population of the nation and diminished the price of consumption.John Quincy AdamsVice President – John C. Calhoun: He was a prominent United States statesman and spokesman for the slave-plantation system of the antebellum South. He was a Congressman from South Carolina and helped steer the United States into war with Great Britain and established the Second Bank of the United States. He then served as Secretary of War and briefly as Secretary of State.Secretary of State – Henry Clay: He worked as a frontier lawyer before becoming a Kentucky senator andthen speaker of the House of Representatives. He was secretary of state under John Quincy Adams and later returned to Congress and pushed for the Compromise of 1850.“Corrupt Bargain” Election: The election of 1824 was resolved in the House of Representatives. Jackson lost the Presidency and John Quincy Adams became President and appointed Clay as his Vice President.Gibbons v. Ogden: A New York state law gave individuals the exclusive right to operate steamboats on waters within state jurisdiction; the law was duplicated in some states which led to friction and would require foreign boats to pay substantial fees for navigation privileges. Thomas Gibbons, a steamboat owner who did business between New York and New Jersey under a federal coastal license, challenged the monopoly license. Did New York exercise authority in a realm reserved exclusively to Congress like

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