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Initially, the Supreme Court was a major body, but its role began to lessen in 1803 with the case of Marbury v. Madison. true or false
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Initially, the Supreme Court was a major body, but its role began to lessen in 1803 with the case of Marbury v. Madison. FALSE.
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granted the United States the right to navigate the Mississippi and deposit goods at New Orleans
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Pinckney's Treaty granted the United States the right to navigate the Mississippi River and deposit goods at the port of New Orleans.
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The Federal Bureau of Investigation is not a cabinet level department.
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Who opened a mill in Rhode Island in 1790 and began the modern factory in America? a. Mcfealing c. Whitney b. Greeley d. Slater
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