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  • 1. The Early Years By: Eugenie, Allison, Sydney and Lauren
  • 2. John Marshall
    • Big influence on the nation and Supreme Court law
    • As Chief Justice had a tremendous influence on the Federalist Party
      • Used it to shape Supreme Court law
  • 3. McCulloch v. Maryland 1816 - The Second Bank of the United States 1818 - State of Maryland wants to tax bank 1819 - McCulloch v. Maryland Necessary-and-Proper Clause Chief Justice Marshall
  • 4. Gibbons v. Ogden Fulton and Livingston and the waters in New York State U.S. Government and interstate waters New York State vs. Gibbons The term commerce National government's power to regulate interstate commerce
  • 5. The Civil War and Federalism The South The North Constitution no longer allows the states to split up into their own countries. Opens the slavery question! 13 th Amendment 14 th Amendment 15 th Amendment
  • 6. Works Cited
    • Bardes, Shelley, Schmidt. American Government and Politics Today: The Essentials. Ed. PJ Boardman. 2008.
    • http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Federalist_Party_(United_States)
    • http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_Marshall
    • Eric Nelson and Nick Gilder . “James McCulloch”. Answers.com . 2009: Answers Cooperation. 15 March 2009 < http://www.answers.com/topic/james-mcculloch >.
    • “ Gibbons v. Odgen”. Landmark Cases Supreme Court. Street Law and The Supreme Court Historical Society. 15 March 2009. < http://www.landmarkcases.org/gibbons/background3.html >.
    • “ Maryland Plan to Eliminate Minority Health Disparities,
    • Preliminary Copy.” Maryland Department of Health and Mental Hygiene. 13 November 2007: Maryland Department of Health and Mental Hygiene (DHMH). 15 March 2009. < http:// www.dhmh.state.md.us/hd/planelimdisp.html >.
    • http://niahd.wm.edu/attachments/31436.jpg
    • Oestreicher, Cheryl. “Gibbons Family Paper Finding Aid.” Drew University Library. 16 May 2008: Drew University Libraries. 15 March 2009. < http:// depts.drew.edu/lib/findingaids/Gibbons.php >.
    • http://www7.tamu-commerce.edu/library/images/constitution.jpg
    • www.upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/4/42/John_Marshall.JPG
    • www.wachbrit.typepad.com/special_needs_planning/images/4united_states_supreme_court_112904_1.jpg

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