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Gibbons v. Ogden. Stephen James & Vashon Wiggins. Supreme Court Case. Gibbons & Ogden Defendant was Thomas Gibbons Plaintiff was Aaron Ogden Brought to the supreme court by appeal. Constitutional Issues. The supreme court case interpreted the tenth amendment

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gibbons v ogden

Gibbons v. Ogden

Stephen James & Vashon Wiggins

supreme court case
Supreme Court Case
  • Gibbons & Ogden
  • Defendant was Thomas Gibbons
  • Plaintiff was Aaron Ogden
  • Brought to the supreme court by appeal
constitutional issues
Constitutional Issues
  • The supreme court case interpreted the tenth amendment
  • Chief Justice John Marshall interpreted the Constitution to give the Federal Government the duty to determine the rules of commerce, thereby laying the foundation for an American "common market" nearly a century before Europe enjoyed it. (Deposited by the U. S. Supreme Court)
u s implications
U.S Implications
  • In this precedent-setting case, which linked states' authority to license steamboats in Federal waters with the seemingly unrelated issue of slavery
  • The cases that were affected were Marbury v. Madison 1803, McCulloch v. Maryland 1819, Baker v. Carr 1962.