Attaining the goals for national security and/or economic progress…
Attaining the goals for national security and/or economic progress
Used the veto for unconstitutional laws
2 veto's in 8 years, but still set the precedent
Asserted president presidential supremacy for diplomatic affairs
Creek Indian Treaty
Response to the Whiskey Rebellion
Asserted presidential power in foreign affairs
Neutrality Proclamation of 1793
Jay Treaty of 1796
Can Washington choose his own cabinet?
Alien and Sedition Acts were used to protect false information from destroying the reputation of national leaders
Judiciary Act of 1801 - used to keep Federalist in power/fear of Jeffersonians taking over
Embargo on Europe
Wasn't written in the Constitution, so is it constitutional?
Legality of the 2nd Bank
McCulloch vs. Maryland
John Quincy Adams
Tariff of 1828???
South Carolina nullifies the tariff of 1832
Jackson responds with vigorous force
Use of veto for for biils the president didn't like
Veto of the bank bill in 1832
Can a president force his cabinet/SoT to do something unconstitutional
Fired 2 SoT until they complied with bank wish of "pet banks", which was unconstitutional
Can Jackson go against the supreme court?
Worcester v. Georgia (1832) override
Trail of Tears
Succession after the president dies
Took over as POTUS, when Harrison died
Can America annex Texas?
Acquisition of land/ending territory disputes
US protecting the western hemisphere