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United states supreme courtUnited states supreme court
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Lesson objectiveLesson objective
Autocracy is a dictatorship or absolute monarchy; power and authority reside in a single individual
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Judicial reviewJudicial review
A-h. Some of these documents have been edited for the purposes of this task. This task is designed to test your ability to work with a variety of documents. As you analyze the documents
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Frankfurter attended his first Supreme Court conference, unaware of the custom of wearing a suit, he showed up in a sports jacket. What happened when the conference continued after lunch?
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Marbury V. Madison (1803)Marbury V. Madison (1803)
William Marbury. Marbury was named a justice of the peace for the District of Columbia. President Adams had signed the papers, but his secretary of state, John Marshall
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Marbury V. MadisonMarbury V. Madison
As a result, during the last six months of his term in office, Adams made more than two hundred nominations, with sixteen judgeships (the “midnight appointments”) approved by the Senate during his last two weeks in office
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Marbury V. Madison dbq lesson ProcedureMarbury V. Madison dbq lesson Procedure
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Reading Tasks: Students will closely read what the text is saying and make inferences when necessary. Students will determine central ideas and analyze how they are developedReading Tasks: Students will closely read what the text is saying and make inferences when necessary. Students will determine central ideas and analyze how they are developed
Students will analyze the how and why this document was written, and how the ideas are developed in writing. Students will analyze the structure of the text, and assess the point of view of the writer
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