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Who was the fourth Chief Justice that helped to define basic constitutional law during his 34 years in office?1801-1835
This court decision emerged after the appointment of the 'Midnight Justices' and reinforced the doctrine of Judicial Review1803
This court decision ruled in favor of a namesake college and helped to uphold contract law.1819
This court decision overturned granted to certain steamships sailing between New York and New Jersey, thus ending many state-funded monopolies and promoting free enterprise.1824
This court decision was carried out in the Cherokee people's favor by Judge John Marshall, but ignored by President Jackson, who insisted that the Cherokee move west.1831
This court decision ruled that labor unions were legal.1842
Which judge and politician from Pennsylvania served as Secretary of War and State, and was supported by three previous presidents in his bid against Adams, Clay, and Jackson in the-
Which senator and representative from Kentucky served as Speaker of the House and created the American System?-
What system gave Jackson supporters important political positions in the new government?-
Which nationalistic orator defended the concept of an American union before the Supreme Court?-
Andrew Jackson's frequent use of this power gave him significant authority on bills he disliked.-
What was Van Buren's solution to the Panic of 1837?-

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