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morgan vocab set 5/6

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gibbons v. ogden 1824 chief justice john marshall of the us surpreme court ruled the constitution gave control of interstate commerce to the us
individual rights the bill of rights was created to protect individual rights which are personal liberties
industrial revolution period of rapid industrial growth; started in Britain in the 1700's and spread throughout the world as more countries
tom Jefferson most well read and educated founding fathers wrote declaration of independence helped insert bill of rights in constitution
alex hamilton served in continental congress Washington aide during revolutionary war
judicial review when the judicial branch of the federal gov determines whether or not a law may be constitutional
limited government every one including authority figures must obey the laws. constitutions statements of rights or others laws define the limits of those in power so they cant take advantage of their elected apointed or inherited positions
manifest destiny a popular expression in the 1840s belief that the us was destined to secure territory from sea to sea was used to secure lands north of OK and TX
marbury v madison was the 1st judgement by the supreme court which supported the federal system of gov in 1803 chief justice John Marshall a federalist strengthened the authority of the federal judiciary by establishing judicial review
mccollugh v maryland supreme court case in 1819
the monroe doctrine 1823 presidential message said Europe should not interfere in affairs of Latin america and us would not interfere in affairs w Europe
John Paul Jones considered the founder of the us navy great naval hero during am. revo. "i have not yet begun to fight"
Naturalized citizen a person of foreign birth who is granted full citizenship
frederick douglas leading African american abolitionist the late 1800s former slave who bought his freedom and spent the rest of his life trying to end slavery
nullification crisis 1828 congress approved a high tariff to protect us interest from foreign trade
plantation system system of agricultural production based on a large scale land ownership and explosion of labor in the environment
self gov the rule of a state community or other group by its members when a group elects its own members
ratify to approve or give formal consent to something
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