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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Marbury Vs. Madison 1.)Established judicial review 2.) The court Ruled that thepart of the judiciary act that gave the supreme court thethe power to order deliveryof the commission went against the constitution. 3.) It strengthened the power of the judiciary by makingit the final authority in intercepting theconstitution. 4.) It gave the right to theSupreme Court to declarea law unconstitutional. Gibbons V. Ogden 1.) The Supreme Court encouragedthe growth of a nationalmarket with the Gibbons v. Madison decision. 2.) Chief Marshall ruled that congress could regulate ferryboats crossing the HudsonRiver between New Yorkand Jersey. 3.) Congress has the power underthe Constitution to control "interstatecommerence" (trade between states.) 4.) Established the federalgaoverments right to regulateanything that involves commercebetween states. 5.) It set the stage for futureexpansion of congressionalpower over activities oncethought to be under the control of the states. McCulloh V. Maryland 1.) This case presented 2 issues: 1) does Congress have the power to create a bankeven though it is not specifiedin the constituton, and 2) doesMaryland have the power to taxan institution of the federal goverment. 2.) Marshall decided that Congresscould indeed charter a national,since this could help congresscarry out its other powers. 3.) The 'elastic clause' in the constitution gives congress all those powers neededto carry out its power listedin the constitution. 4.) The federal goverment has the right to establish a bank,and states have no right tointerfere by taxing it. Cheif Justice John Marshall 1.) Before he was appointed to the position of Cheif Justiceof the Supreme Court, the Supreme Court was often viewed as the weakest ofthe 3 branches. 2.) Marshall made the Supreme Court a new center of goverment power.
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