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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Landmark Court Cases Marbury vs. Madison (1803) Gibbons vs. Ogden (1824) McCulloch vs. Maryland (1819) Made the judicial review. Gave right for Supreme Court to declare law unconditional. strengthenedthe power of Judicial power by making it the lastauthority to interpreting the Constitution. Part ofThe Judiciary Act gave the Supreme Court the power to declare delivery of the Commissionagainst the Consititution. Supreme Court supported the growth of a national bank/market.Chief Marshal decided that Congress could maintain the ferry boats that would be crossing the Hudson River. Congress has the power to controltrade between states under the Constitution. it set the federal governmentsright to maintain anything that has to do with buying or selling between states. Set a stage for congressional power over other happenings thatwere thought to be under possession of states. Chief Justice John Marshall Marshall came to a conclusion that Congress could charter a national, this could help Congress with its other powers."Elastic Cause" in the Constitution allows Congress all the powers that are needed to carry out the powers listed forCongress in the Constitution. Federal Government canestablish a bank, but states can't interfere by taxing it. Before he was appointed Chief Justice, the Supreme CourtWas viewed as the weakest branch. He made the Supreme Court the center of Government power. He established theJudicial Review.
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