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Chapter 10.1

A republican Takes Office

Democratic Ensuring that all people have the same rights.
Laissez Faire Idea that government should play as small a role as possible in economic affairs.
Free Market Goods and services are exchanged with little regulation.
Marbury v. Madison an 1803 court case in which the Supreme Court ruled that it had the power to decide whether laws passed by Congress were constitutional.
Judical Review Power of the Supreme Court to decide whether the acts of a President or laws passed by Congress are constitutional.
Thomas Jefferson Third President of the United States.
John Marshall Former Chief Justice of the Supreme Court.
Albert Gallatin Jefferson's Security of Treasury who helped budge to keep the federal debt low.
George Washington First President of the United States.
John Adams Second President of the United States.
Created by: mprice11390