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Which of the following was true of the judiciary Act of 1801? Answer 1 it was opposed by the Federalist. 2 it expended the federal courts system. 3 it reduced the power of the federal courts. 4 it
packed the supreme court with Democratic Republican
B. It packed the Supreme Court with Democratic Republicans
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User: Which of the following was true of the judiciary Act of 1801? Answer 1 it was opposed by the Federalist. 2 it expended the federal courts system. 3 it reduced the power of the federal courts. 4 it packed the supreme court with Democratic Republican

Weegy: B. It packed the Supreme Court with Democratic Republicans
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User: Under the leadership of Lucretia Mott and Elizabeth Cady Stanton, the high point of the Seneca falls convention was the drafting of the declaration of

User: John Marshalls1803 decision in Nativity v. Madison

Weegy: The Constitution called for the creation of a federal government with the following three branches, or parts: legislative, executive, and judiciary. Article I created Congress, the legislative, or lawmaking, body. [ Article II established the office of the President, who executes, or carries out, the laws. Article III created the federal court system consisting of one Supreme Court and other lower courts. As with most aspects of the U.S. Constitution, the meaning of Article III was left open to interpretation. In 1789, shortly after the Constitution was ratified, Congress passed the Judiciary Act of 1789, which established the federal court system. Congress created a Supreme Court, three circuit courts, and 13 district courts. There was one district court for each of the 13 states. The Constitution did not specify the number of justices that could be appointed to the Supreme Court. Through the Judiciary Act, though, Congress provided for a Chief Justice and five Associate Justices. However, the Constitution and Congress left the scope of the Court's power undefined. These powers would gradually be defined through the Court's interpretation of the Constitution in particular cases. The earliest Chief Justices had very little impact on the direction of the Supreme Court. But John Marshall, who served from 1801 to 1835, influenced the action of the Supreme Court in ways still felt in the United States today. Early in Marshall's term as Chief Justice, a seemingly insignificant case came before the Supreme Court. However, that case, Marbury v. Madison, became one of the most important Supreme Court decisions in United States history. Read more: Marbury v. Madison (1803) ]
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