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Judiciary notes

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Judiciary notes PLS 100

Lizzie Enright
Intro to American Politics
Dan Thaler

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Intro to American Politics
Dan Thaler
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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Lizzie Enright on Wednesday March 16, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to PLS 100 at Michigan State University taught by Dan Thaler in Spring 2016. Since its upload, it has received 10 views. For similar materials see Intro to American Politics in Political Science at Michigan State University.


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Date Created: 03/16/16
Judiciary Judicial Review Marbury v Madison Marbury appointed by outgoing president new president refused to deliver the paperwork Federalists asked for a writ of mandamus Court order demanding a government of cial ful ll their duty 0 Judiciary Act of 1789 granted court ability to issue writs Ruling Court s hands are tied Judiciary Act was unconstitutional Hylton v US 0 Hylton v United States 1796 First time the courts heard a case challenging constitutionality of a law Technical dispute over a tax on carriages o Ultimately upheld as constitutional o Marbury as key judicial review case because law was struck down Power to rule laws and executive actions unconstitutional lmplied power derived from article Ill and Articles VI 0 Courts determine applicable law in any case 0 Constitution is quotSupreme law of the landquot 0 Judges bound to support constitution 0 Con ict with constitution law is enforceable ISSUE ERAS Nation v State 0 McCulloch v Maryland 0 Dred Scott v Sanford Regulation of Economy 0 Property Rights 0 Great Depression Civil Rights and Liberties 0 Individual and government 1st ERA Focus on de ning boundaries between federal and state governments McCulloch v Maryand Dred Scott v Sanford 2ncl ERA Regulation of Economy Post Civil War Focused on determining extent to which government can regulate economy Protected businesses during Industrial Revolution Great Depression FDR packs courts with friendly justices who were more favorable to intervention 3RD ERA Civil Rights and Liberties Post 19505 Focused on relationship between the individual citizen and the government 4th ERA Court as chief referee return to states rights Administration of national policy Extension of Bureaucracy


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