Flashcards in unit 6 Deck (32):
a tradition or the beginning of an established way of doing things.
this means to legally overturn something such as a law. some Americans wanted the states to have the power to do this to national laws.
this amendment to the constitution changed the way ballots are cast for president and Vice President to avoid ties like the one in 1800 from happening again
the twelfth amendment
established a federal court system with 13 district courts to serve the nation
judiciary act of 1789
this belief states that the powers of the federal government should be limited to those clearly assigned to it by the constitution. all other powers should belong to the states.
basic idea of states rights
treaty between the U.S. and Spain which gave the U.S. free navigation of the Mississippi River and the right to trade goods in New Orleans
the kidnapping of American sailors from ships on the ocean by the British (and French)
treaty between the U.S and great Britain that was intended to end the practice of impressments
this act made it a crime to speak, write, or publish criticisms against the U.S. government
this group of people broke the tie to decide who would be president in 1800
House of Representatives
a fight between Americans under the command of Anthony Wayne against Native American Indians in present day Ohio
Battle of Fallen Timbers
A proclamation put forth by George Washington which stated that Americans would not fight in the war between France and England in the 1790s.
proclamation of neutrality
these Clayton suggested that the alien and sedition acts violated the Constitution
Virginia and Kentucky resolutions
guarantees powers not given to the federal government in the constitution automatically become powers to the states
The 10th amendment
and uprising of western Pennsylvania farmers in opposition to a tax
this term means to let people do as they choose (Government should interfere as little as possible)
became the capital of the United States as a result of the treaty between Northerners and Southerners
District of Columbia
a tax on imports
this act allow the president to imprison aliens and to send those he considered dangerous out of the country
US Supreme Court case which led to the courts power of judicial review
Marbury vs. Madison
Who was the nations first department of state?
who was the first department of the treasury?
who was the first department of war?
who was the first u.s Supreme Court Chief Justice?
Who was the leader of the Democratic Republican Party
Who was the leader of the Federalist party
what cleans were made in the Virginia and Kentucky resolutions
The alien and sedition acts violated the Constitution therefore could not be put into action
The Virginia and Kentucky resolutions supported the basic idea of states rights explain us
The powers of the federal government should be limited to those clearly assigned to it by the Constitution. The sea should have all other powers not expressly for bidden to them
define political party
an organization (of people) that tries to influence government policy by promoting it's ideas and backing candidates for office
explain the three principles of judicial review
1.) the constitution is the supreme law of the land
2.)The constitution must be followed when there is a conflict, or disagreement, between it and any other law
3.)The judicial branch must uphold the Constitution and nullify, or cancel, unconstitutional laws
which political party was a liberal