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What set up regional courts for the U,S with 16 judges and other officials? You are posting a lot of questions. Try this: Post with it your thinking, we will be happy to critique. Marbury v. Madison Marbury v. Madison No Marbury vs Madison was the concept of Judicial review.
April 26, 2007 by Mack
Civics- Marbury V. Madison
Did Marshall believe Marbury should have been given his job? And Did Marshall believe Marbury had a remedy for his grievance? These two I cannot find in my reading, and I thought I would ask you guys. Hopefully you can help!
January 7, 2013 by Allyson
Who were the midnight judges in America during the 1800s? Also, can someone please explain the cause of Marbury vs. Madison and what the effect of Marbury vs. Madison was? Thank you.
November 9, 2008 by Rachel
In the "Marbury Vs. Madison" case, did Marbury actually get the position? Did they just deny it because his request was unconstitutional or did they make an exception?
September 25, 2007 by Samantha
What was William Marbury seeking from the Supreme Court in Marbury v. Madison? A. Writ of certiorari B. Temporary restraining order C. Writ of mandamus D. Money damages is it C
January 3, 2015 by Amy
Question 2. 2. In Marbury v. Madison, the Supreme Court established the principle of constitutional review by (Points : 1) denying Marbury his right to sue. denying the authority of the President to have made his appointment. claiming that Section 13 of the 1789 Judiciary Act...
April 13, 2014 by stacey
In Marbury v. Madison, the Supreme Court established the principle of constitutional review by? I am seconding guessing myself on my answer so can you point me the right direction is it: claiming that Section 13 of the 1789 Judiciary Act providing that the Supreme Court will ...
February 1, 2015 by Martin
can you explain this to me government
First decision by the Supreme Court to declare a law unconstitutional. At the very end of his term, President John Adams had made many federal appointments, including William Marbury as justice of the peace in the District of Columbia. Thomas Jefferson, the new president, ...
April 21, 2015 by Reina Bonilla
This case came about because President Marbury refused to honor the last-minute judicial appointments of Pres. Madison. A) True B) False 2. Marbury wanted the courts to issue of writ of mandamus, a court order forcing Jefferson to give him his commission. A) True B) False 3. ...
July 21, 2012 by Madi
Which of the following Chief Justices of the Supreme Court was responsible for writing the majority opinion in Marbury v. Madison, wherein the power of judicial review was announced? A. Jay B. Rehnquist C. Warren D. Marshall is it D
January 3, 2015 by Amy
discuss the political environment leading to the court's decision in Marbury v Madison (1803). How did Chief Justice john marshall secure the power of judical review?
September 27, 2010 by joe
American Constitutional Law
Provide two (2) reasons why amending the U.S. Constitution would be necessary versus passing a law. Include Marbury v. Madison and U.S. Term Limits, Inc. v. Thornton.
March 2, 2015 by Manda
Which case established the precedent of the U.S. Supreme Court being able to strike down state laws as unconstitutional? (Points : 1) Marbury v. Madison McCulloch v. Maryland Fletcher v. Peck United States v. Nixon
April 13, 2014 by stacey
Did the Marbury v. Madison case affect the power of the judicial branch by helping establish the Supreme Courts' power to check the power of the other branches of the government?
May 11, 2014 by Peeps
marbury vs madison mcculloch vs Maryland dred scott decision plessy vs ferguson brown vs board of education roe vs wade bowers vs hardwick mapp vs ohio bakke decisioN What amendments are these linked to and rights related to.
October 17, 2009 by Joseph
American Gov't--please check
In _____, the Supreme Court placed limits on gerrymandering by requiring all congressional districts to have roughly the same number of constituents. 1.)Marbury v. Madison 2.)McCulloch v. Maryland 3.)Brown v. The Board of Education of Topeka My answer4.)Wesberry v. Sanders
March 2, 2012 by Mackenzie
4. Who Killed Alexander Hamilton in a duel in 1804? Aaron Burr? 5.Who broadened the Supreme Court's power A.John Adams B.Thomas Jefferson C.William Marbury D.John Marshall Answer : D 6. In Marbury v Madison (1803) the US Supreme Court established the A.Legality of slavery B....
December 8, 2014 by M
What would happen if Judiciary Review didn't exist. That is what would the differences be today in Judicial Review hadnt come into place from the Marbury v madison case. I mean,, i know that obviously all these cases would have never been decided. but what else??
December 7, 2009 by Katia
--------passed by Federalists to put 16 more district court judges and 1 supreme court justice on bench.Done before jefferson took office.Adams named John Marshall Chief justice and appointed all all 16 of midnight I my answer right Marbury V Madison
April 16, 2013 by joy
A text box reads, If men were angels, no government would be necessary. If angels were to govern men, neither external nor internal controls on government would be necessary ... the great difficulty lies in this, you must first enable the government to control the governed, ...
January 11, 2015 by arthur
The "Era of good feelings", was noted for the: exceptioanlly strong leadership by monroe as head of his party. In the 1803 case of marbury v. madison, the supreme court ruled that: an act of congress had exceeded its constitutional authoirty or the executive branck must comply...
October 27, 2013 by us history
1.which of the following best describes the conservative democrats in south carolina during reconstruction? a. they favored small land owners and workers b. they were wealthy and formerly confederate leaders c. the believed in social equality between races d. they wanted a ...
March 16, 2015 by Anonymous
Who suggested the Great Comprise? a. Roger Sherman b. James Madison c. John Adams d. Benjamin Franklin I think the answer is James Madison, but I am not entirely sure.
December 12, 2013 by Rainshine
Which one matches??? k. because of his urging, the election of 1800 was finally settled L. set up regional courts for the U.S with 16 judges and other officials. I. claim by an Adams appointee to force the delivery of his commission. F. appointed chief justice by John Adams. ...
April 29, 2007 by Mack
Who are the "midnight judges" In your own words, explain the Supreme Court decision Marbury v Madison. What does "judicial review" mean ? You need to learn how to research and then answer your own assignment questions. Then people here will be able to give you feedback. Here ...
October 5, 2006 by Milind
writing in math
theres just 1 more i needed help with that i was stuck on it says: Madison has 7 pairs of shoes in her closet. write a multiplication sentence to show how many shoes madison has. then solve the problem and write my answer in a complete sentence.
January 3, 2011 by shy
Could someone explain the concept of judicial review and its impact on the balance of power in the United States Government? Judical review means that the courts can review congressional and administrative actions to see if they are constitutional. The Supreme Court gave ...
August 19, 2007 by Lillian
1. A central premise of james madison in Nos. 47, 48, and 51 of the federalist is that: a. weak government is the best government b. the combination of legislative, executive, and judicial power is the very definition of tranny c. men are not angles and therefore those who ...
December 19, 2010 by Amy
Anybody out there who can help enlighten me with the following problem PLEASE don't hesitate :) TIA.. The Struter Partnership has total partners' equity of $510,000, which is made up of Main, Capital, $400,000, and Frist, Capital, $110,000. Ther partners share net income and ...
May 5, 2007 by Wanthana
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January 24, 2007 by Anonymous
Madison spent 5/8 of her savings on a microwave oven and a refridgerator. She used 4/7 of the amount she spent to buy the refrigderator. The refridgerator cost $280 more than the microwave oven. How much savings did Madison start with ?
December 26, 2012 by Ana
I have a civics final tomorrw. the question I'm working on is "To Postpone Sentence/Fine" It is a crossword puzzle and the first letter is R - - - I - - - . the book says to suspend, but I can't fine any word that starts with R? Please help.
January 10, 2012 by Zach
7th grade English Ms. Sue please
1. Which of the following examples of dialogue shows the correct punctuation? (1 point) Madison said, "We should all go to the hardware store". Madison said, "We should all go to the hardware store." Madison said "We should all go to the hardware store." 2. Which of the ...
November 13, 2012 by Delilah
A locomotive train is on its way from Chicago, IL to Madison, WI. The trip is said to last 3.15 hours. When the train arrives in Madison the conductor notices it actually took them 3.26 hours. The train company prides itself on always having its trains to the station within a ...
November 5, 2014 by Lilo
Madison spent 5/8 of her savings on a microwave oven & a refrigerator. She used 4/7 of the amount she spent to buy the refrigerator. The refrigerator cost $280 more than the microwave oven. How much savings did Madison start with?
January 1, 2013 by Tyler
Eric and Madison both measured the same trading card. Eric says the card is 3 inches long. Madison says it is 2 3/4in long. The teacher says they are both right. How is this possible?
January 28, 2014 by billy
AP US History
Here is the question: How consistent were the republican principles applied by Thomas Jefferson and James Madison during their presidencies? How did their policies affect the Federalist Party during Jefferson's and Madison's administrations? Don't be mean please! I just need a...
October 1, 2012 by Cora
1-Which state's capital is Springfield? 2-The oldest city in the U.S.is in which state? 3-Name the three state capitals which are named after a president. answers 1-Illinois 2-Saint Augustine, Florida 3-Lincoln, for Abraham Lincoln -Madison, Wisconsin for James Madison -...
May 16, 2013 by jared
East brainerd elementary
reasoning Eric and Madison both measured the same trading card.Eric says the card is about 3inches long.madison says it is about 23/4 inches long.their teacher says both are correct.how is that possible?
February 19, 2013 by Latha
1. In 2008, Ms. White runs against Mr. Daly for the Presidency of the united states. If 75% of people in the state of Missouri vote for Mr. Daly, he would win how many of Missouri's electoral votes? A. three-fourths (75%) B. A simple majority (51%) C. All (100%) D. none of the...
January 19, 2009 by Spongebob
Document Based Question Essay Question: The debate over the extent of federal power with regard to the states dominated the political scene the first twenty years of the post-Revoluntionary War United States and would set the stage for future division within the nation. ...
February 23, 2011 by Isabella
1. Which of the following examples of dialogue shows the correct punctuation? (1 point) Madison said, "we should all go to the hardware store". Madison said, "We should all go to the hardware store." Madison said "We should all go to the hardware store." 2. Which of the ...
November 25, 2012 by tesj
Can you help me on this? How consistent were the republican principles applied by Thomas Jefferson and James Madison during their presidencies? How did their policies affect the Federalist Party during Jefferson's and Madison's administrations? I can't find the answer anywhere...
September 26, 2012 by Andrea
For civics we have to do a community service project. I have decided to do something for the Haitian earthquake. Based on what I've read, money is better than supplies. So I'm looking for ways to raise money that are fun/require little effort on part of the donor, and are ...
January 16, 2010 by Alyce
In civics we had to define a concept and then give an example in the constitution. But I cant find a decent definition about social compact. And what is an example of it in a definition? I also cant find a good example of Representative and property rights. Thank you!! Please ...
September 23, 2009 by Amy
Please help who wrote the declaration of independence? Was it James Madison or Thomas Jefferson http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/United_States_Declaration_of_Independence =) James Madison (a federalist) is considered the chief architect of the Constitution. Thomas Jefferson was ...
June 14, 2007 by Amy L.
Do you buy James Madison's argument in Federalist 10 and Federalist 51 that separating powers among various inter-connected governments is a successful cure of the "mischief of factions?" Can one faction gain control of enough of our political system to diminish the common ...
September 23, 2012 by luke
Please comment on this post. (opinions) Madison argues in Federalist Paper number 10, that factions will break appart republics, and that destroying liberty and/or ensuring that every citizen will have the same opinions would be the only ways to cure the effects of a faction. ...
October 9, 2008 by Sam
Can someone help me with these 2 questions please? thanks!! :) 1. Why did President Madison veto a bill that supported government funding of internal improvements? (1 point) The Second Bank of the United States did not have enough money to pay for the improvements. Turnpike ...
December 19, 2013 by Kasey
Thi is about James Madisonfs@Federalist Essays. My question ishWhy does madison want to ratify this constitution?h Anyone please answer that question. To ratify means to formally approve the consitution. This means that the states accept the consitution and are willing ...
October 12, 2006 by Cory
10. Which of these statements about the Cuban Missile Crisis is true? A. President Kennedy removed nuclear missiles from Turkey to resolve the crisis. B. Fidel Castro's government had manufactured guided missiles. C. President Kennedy called Nikita Khrushchev on the hotline. ...
April 25, 2015 by Sarah
Identify the nouns using P for a proper noun, C for a common noun, and COL for a collective noun. It was written in Philadelphia at the Constitutional Convention. Fifty-five representatives from a dozen states drafted the document between May and September of 1787. George ...
October 6, 2009 by amber
1. What is Madison's view on the inherent power potentials of the legislative, executive, and judicial branches? 2. Why is the constitution only a framework and not a blueprint?
December 19, 2010 by Amy