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Judicial decisions. Colin Bouchard. Essential Question: How did Supreme Court decisions at this time(1819-1824) promote economic development in early 19 th century America?. John Marshall . Born 1765 Believed in strong centralized government Fourth Chief Justice for over 30 years

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judicial decisions

Judicial decisions

Colin Bouchard

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Essential Question: How did Supreme Court decisions at this time(1819-1824) promote economic development in early 19th century America?

john marshall
John Marshall
  • Born 1765
  • Believed in strong centralized government
  • Fourth Chief Justice for over 30 years
  • Ruled many influential cases
dartmouth college vs woodward
Dartmouth College Vs. Woodward
  • State of Hampshire(Woodward) wanted to change Dartmouth College from private to public college
  • Dartmouth had a charter(contract) to be built a private school
  • Marshall ruled in favour of Dartmouth
  • Paved the way for unbreakable contracts
mcculloch v s maryland
McCulloch V.S Maryland
  • Maryland levied 15 percent tax on foreign banks
  • McCulloch represented the federal government
  • Marshall ruled in favour of McCulloch
  • Affirmed congress’ “implied powers”
  • Sped up growth of federal powers
gibbons v s ogden
Gibbons V.S Ogden
  • Both argued they had rights to control steamboats in New York
  • Gibbons had license from Federal Government
  • Ogden had license from New York state
  • Marshall ruled for Gibbons
  • States cannot make laws that impede interstate commerce
  • Encouraged interstate commerce and national markets
charles river bridge case
Charles River Bridge Case
  • Charles River Bridge Company granted charter to run toll booth by state
  • State then opened free bridge, basically destroying the Charles River Bridge Company
  • Marshall ruled for the state
  • Needs of the community overrule contract rights