Quiz Me! - Documents/Cases: Growth of a Nation Test your knowledge about documents and Supreme Court cases in the Growth of a Nation era! 1 / 10 Which of the following is not part of the Judiciary Act of 1789? It allowed for Judicial Review. There would be six justices for the Supreme Court. It called for thirteen lower courts. Created the office of Attorney General. 2 / 10 Why was the Judiciary Act of 1789 necessary? The U.S. Constitution did not specify how many justices there should be or which cases the court should hear. Protests were breaking out regarding the power of the Supreme Court. There were not enough cases being heard at the Supreme Court. There were no requirements to become a justice. 3 / 10 What warning did George Washington issue in his Farewell Address of 1796? He recommended creating a strong military to fight off future attacks from foreign countries. If the U.S. did not form an alliance with England we were doomed to have another war with her. He recommended staying away from foreign alliances and forming political parties. He recommended ending slavery immediately or our country would be at war later. 4 / 10 What does George Washington mean by the “Invisible Hand” he references in his First Inaugural Address? Providence is guiding the nation’s first steps. As president he is able to control the government. The citizens of the US are controlling the government. England is still trying to control the United States. 5 / 10 What is one major precedent George Washington set during his Farewell Address in 1796? He gave it publically from the White House. He served as the head of his political party. He strongly favored allying with France over England. He only served two terms. 6 / 10 Over time, the Supreme Court’s “incorporation doctrine” has applied most of the Bill of Rights to the state governments, despite early decisions such as Barron v. Baltimore McCulloch v. Maryland Worcester v. Georgia Marbury v. Madison 7 / 10 Which of the following is the best definition of “judicial review?” The President’s power to appoint Supreme Court Justices Congress’s power to impeach judges The power of the Supreme Court to interpret laws of Congress and declare them unconstitutional if necessary The review process that judicial appointments must go through prior to confirmation hearings 8 / 10 What did the Sedition Act of 1789 do? Allowed for people to be arrested who were talking bad about the U.S. but was only enforced against Federalists. It was illegal to speak, write, or print anything bad about the American government and its leaders. It made it illegal to immigrate to the United States from France and England. It did nothing, it was put in place to scare people but no one enforced the law. 9 / 10 In which case did the U.S. Supreme Court rule unanimously that Congress had the power to create a national bank? Gibbons v. Ogden Barron v. Baltimore Marbury v. Madison McCulloch v. Maryland 10 / 10 What law, passed by Congress and signed by President Andrew Jackson, resulted in the “Trail of Tears?” The Indian Removal Act The Declaration of Sentiments The Emancipation Proclamation The Kentucky and Virginia Resolution Your score is Try another 10!