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AP Thomas Jefferson

Jefferson's administration

William Marbury Adam appointed him as a Justice of Peace in the District of Columbia. But his commission was not delievered, and so Madison took the position
mandamus an affirmative order, whereby the court tells someone to do something. Marbury asked for an order from the Supreme Court to have Madison deliver Marbury's commission.
Judiciary Act of 1789 Supreme Court could isue a writ of mandamus to any officer of the US
The points that Marshall addressed in Marbury v. Madison were: Marbury was entitled to his commission; the Pres. was to see that the commission was delievered to Marbury; Court coult not issue a mandamus
The Judiciary Clause that authorizes the S. Court to issue a mandamus was unconstitutional because: a)this clause enlarged the original jurisdiction of the S. Court; clause violated the separate of power principle
Judicial review (established by Marbury v. Madison) ruled that a law of Congress was unconstitutional
Louisiana Purchase 1803 Brought from France for $15 million.
Who negotiated the Louisiana Purchase? James Monroe and Robert Livingston
Was Livingston and Monroe authorized to buy the vast area or agree to a price over $10 million? No
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