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(8) Chapter10.1-10.2

Jefferson Era

The Judiciary Act of 1801 allowed President Adams: To appoint many Federalists as judges before his term as president ended.
What determined who would be president of the United States in the election of 1800? House of Representatives
What was the name of the volunteer force that Lewis & Clark put together? Corps of Discovery
The final authority on what the Constitution means Judicial Review
The city in the South that both Jefferson and Napoleon wanted control of was: New Orleans
Which of the following is not a change that Jefferson made as president? A. Reduced the size of military B. Reduced taxes C. Reduced the number of federal employees D. Allowed debt to increase Allowed debt to increase
Marbury v. Madison established: That the Supreme Court has the power to call laws unconstitutional.
What is a radical? A person who takes an extreme position on a political issue.
Cost the U.S. $15 million, but it also doubled the size of the nation. Louisiana Purchase
Was a big help to Lewis & Clark in dealing with Native American peoples because she could speak the Shoshone language Sacagawea
Sent to explore the southern portion of the Louisiana Territory. Zebulon Pike
French leader that sold the Louisiana Territory to the U.S. Napoleon
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