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AP Gov

CLASSIC MARSHALL COURT CASES (3 OF 30 TOTAL)

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1.Established the principle of judicial review2.Strengthened the power of the judical branch by giving the Supreme Court the authority to declare acts of Congress unconstitutional. MARBURY V. MADISON (1803)
1. Confired the right of Congress to utilized implied power to carry out expressed powers.2. Validated the supremacy of the national govt over the states by declaring that states cannot interfere or tax the legitimate activies of the federal government. MCCULLOCH V. MARYLAND (1819)
1.Strengthened the power of the federal government to regulate interstate commerce.2.Established the commerce clauses' role as a key vehichle for the expansion of federal power. GIBBONS V. OGDEN (1824)
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