5. Marbury v. Madison was a Supreme Court case that produced a decision which endorsed a tool of the Supreme Court that has since been used in deciding cases. This tool, or authority, of the Supreme Court is known as… 2 words
8. This political party supported a presidential candidate in the election of 1800 that was accused of being a radical like those in France, who he supported in principle. 2 words
9. A wild accusation hurled at the Federalists in the 1800 presidential election was that their candidate wanted to convert the Executive branch into this type of government.
11. Native American woman acting as a guide for the men commissioned by Pres. Jefferson to explore and map the West from 1804 – 1806.
14. Political party that wins the presidency in 1796.
16. Beginning with the election of 1800, the Federalist Party became increasingly weaker. The popularity of Southern presidential candidates in the Democratic-Republican Party was greatly aided by farmers participating in this. 2 words
17. In keeping with Jefferson’s (Democratic-Republican) views on government, he instituted policies that removed heavy government involvement in society. Therefore, regarding commercial activity, Jefferson supported… 2 words
18. “Packing the Court” is a term not uncommon to students of US History. However, the somewhat paranoid actions of the Adams administration stretched this term so far that the judges appointed by Adams in the last minutes of his term of office came to be known as this… 2 words
1. Last names of of the two men commissioned by President Jefferson to explore the West. Setting out from St. Louis, Missouri, in 1804, the expedition traveled overland to the Pacific Ocean. By charting unexplored territory, the expedition helped lay the foundations for western expansion. (2 words)
2. The term representing the 1803 treaty between France and the United States that (more than) doubled the size of the nation for a cash payment. 2 words
3. This government institution encountered problems starting with the third election in 1800. The House of Representatives had to decide who will be president and will be vice-president since both candidates were tied. 2 words
4. The Judiciary Act of 1801greatly expanded this. 2 words
6. The runner-up in an Electoral College vote count becomes this. 2 words
7. Last name of the candidate to win the Presidential election of 1800.
10. Supreme Court (Chief) Justice appointed by Pres. Adams who would be involved in 30+ years of cases that shaped (strengthened) the court and Federal Government. 2 words.
12. The Bank of the United States had it’s authority restricted when the Jefferson administration eliminated this type of tax.
13. This constitutional amendment was the solution to the electoral problem of the 1800 election.
15. Jefferson’s administration reflected his views on government. Therefore, a major goal of his was to reduce the size of this.