Marbury v. Madison | Study Guide

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"The First Hundred Years." The Supreme Court, Educational Broadcasting Corporation, Dec. 2006, www.thirteen.org/wnet/supremecourt/antebellum/index.html.

"History of American Political Parties." American Government and Politics in the Information Age, University of Minnesota, open.lib.umn.edu/americangovernment/chapter/10-1-history-of-american-political-parties.

Schwartz, Bernard. A History of the Supreme Court. Oxford UP, 1995.

Wood, Gordon S. Friends Divided: John Adams and Thomas Jefferson. Penguin, 2017.

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