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US History Chapter 10, Lesson 1

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  • Q1
    Thomas Jefferson won, Aaron Burr elected VP
    Presidential Election of 1796
    Presidential Election of 1800
    Presidential Election of 1776
    Presidential Election of 1828
  • Q2
    Federalists accused Jefferson of being this because he believed in freedom of religion
  • Q3
    passed in 1803. From then on, electors cast one of their votes for president and the other for vice president.
    Thirteenth Amendment
    Twelfth Amendment
    Eleventh Amendment
    Sixteenth Amendment
  • Q4
    Thomas Jefferson as president
    wanted to expand government
    won WW I
    wanted to limit the power and size of the federal government.
    bombed North Korea
  • Q5
    secretary of the treasury under Jefferson
    J. P. Morgan
    Albert Gallatin
    Aaron Burr
    James Gallatin
  • Q6
    reduced the national debt and cut down on military expenses; limited the number of federal government workers to a few hundred people; his government got rid of most federal taxes; only collected customs duties, or taxes on imported goods
    Jefferson's accomplishments
    Hamilton's accomplishments
    Jefferson's wants
    Jefferson's dreams
  • Q7
    John Adams used this to make hundreds of appointments during his last days as president
    Eleventh Amendment
    Judiciary Act of 1801
    Judiciary Act of 1802
    Twelfth Amendment
  • Q8
    legal authority
  • Q9
    (1) the Constitution is the supreme law of the land; (2) the Constitution must be followed when there is a conflict with any other law; and (3) the judicial branch can declare laws unconstitutional.
    The Necessary and Proper Clause
    three principles of judicial review
    three principals of Constitutional Law
    Third Amendment
  • Q10
    the Court decided that states could not regulate Native Americans. Only the federal government had that power.
    Elmo vs. the Cookie Monster (1982)
    Gibbons v. Ogden (1824)
    Worcester v. Georgia (1832)
    McCulloch v. Maryland (1819)
  • Q11
    the Court held that Congress does have implied powers and that states cannot tax the federal government
    Worcester v. Georgia (1832)
    Bert vs. Ernie (1973)
    McCulloch v. Maryland (1819)
    Gibbons v. Ogden (1824
  • Q12
    the Court held that federal law overrules state law in matters affecting more than one state
    Batman vs. Superman (2016)
    Gibbons v. Ogden (1824)
    Worcester v. Georgia (1832)
    McCulloch v. Maryland (1819)

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