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1st amendments 1791
1803-marbury v. madison-the federalists no.78 marshall asserted that the judiciary logically and necessity had the power to review congressional and executive actions.Constitution is the supreme law of the land
1896- plessy v. ferguson.plessy argued that louisiana's separate car act violated the 14th amendment to the U.S constitution , states may not "deny to any person within their jurisdiction the equal protection of the laws."
1919-Schenk v. united states.Espionage act prohibited any attempt to cause insubordination among military personnel or to interfere with the draft or with military recruitment.claimed the espionage act abridged the rights of free speech.
1954-brown v. board of education.violates the 14th amendment to the U.S constitution , which guarantes equal protection of the laws.
1961-mapp v ohio.evidence against her should never have been used because it was seized without a warrant in violation of the 4th amendment (exclusionary rule)14th amnedment ("no state shall... deprive any person of life,liberty or property without due process of law".
1962-baker v carr.Federal courts could not rule on the way states drew their state legislative boundaries , denied equal protection of the laws under the 14th amendment because his vote was "devalued".
1966-miranda v arizona.Lawyer was not present , he was not aware of his rights , forced to be a witness against himself.
1973-roe vwade.The law robbed her of her irght to privacy as protected by the combination of bill of rights amendments,and of her liberty as protected by the due process clause of the 14 th amendment.
1978-university of california regents v. bakke.violeted bakke's 14th amendment equal portection rights.
1793-chisholm v georgia 2 dall 419.state officials refused to appear in court and vigorously denied the courts jurisdiction federal judicial power was not to extend to suits against one of the states commenced by citizens of another state or a foreign nation.(11th amendment was proposed in congress.)
1929-1940 The Great Depression The Great Depression New Deal Agencies
1939-1945: World War II World War II World War II Battles
1865-1876: Reconstruction Reconstruction
1914-1919: World War I & Treaty of Versailles World War I
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