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Test December 17

QuestionAnswer
No Legal Binding Force Null and Void
Ratify To approve of somethinh
Tenth Amendment If the right does not belong to the government it belongs to the people or possibly state government.
Federalists Wanted to Ratify the Constitution
Judicial Review The power of the courts to declare laws invalid
Cabinet The Presidents personal group of Advisers
Alien Act President had more control over immigrants
Federalism To slip the government into segments
Ninth Amendment The enumerated powers do not control the poeple's rights
Opinion of the Court The reasoning and and explanation of the court. Extreme detail
Anti-Federalist Supported a bill of rights and did not want to ratify the constitution
Supremacy Clause The constitution is the supreme law of the land VI (6)
Sedition Act The press could not criticize the government
The First Big Case of Judicial Review Madbury vs. Madison
The Judiciary Act of 1789 Madbury declared he wanted and deserved his job
Majot Issues relating to the constitution
Created by: 16esmith