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Marbury vs . madison. -stupid play. Marbury v. Madison. Midnight judges John Marshall . Right before leaving office, Adams creating new judgeships (commissioned) Chief Justice, Federalists, appointed by Adam. Judicial review . The power to declare an act of Congress unconstitutional

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marbury v madison
Marbury v. Madison
  • Midnight judges
  • John Marshall
  • Right before leaving office, Adams creating new judgeships (commissioned)
  • Chief Justice, Federalists, appointed by Adam
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Judicial review

  • The power to declare an act of Congress unconstitutional
  • The RESULT of Marbury v. Madison
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Do NOW!
  • Read handout “Marbury v. Madison”
  • Using one sheet of colored paper, create the fold notes
  • Write the following questions on each flap
  • 1) What was William Marbury’s complaint and how did it arise?
  • 2) What did Marbury hope to achieve by suing Secretary of State James Madison?
  • 3) Who “won” the case?
  • 4) What did this decision say about the role of the Supreme Court? Why is it still relevant to us today?
  • Inside each flap, write the answer to the question.
  • Due tomorrow for 10 points