______ 1. The Judiciary Act of 1801 allowed President Adams

a. to make laws on behalf of the national government.

b. to appoint many Federalists as judges before his term as president expired.

c. to exercise the power of judicial review.

d. to remove William Marbury from his seat on the Supreme Court.

______ 2. Which of the following is an example of a radical?

a. a person who interprets the U.S. Constitution narrowly or strictly

b. a person who interprets the U.S. Constitution loosely or broadly

c. a person who takes an extreme position on a political issue

d. a person who engages in an armed revolt against the government

______ 3. Which of the following is true about the Supreme Courtís decision in the

case of Marbury v. Madison?

a. It was made in favor of Marbury.

b. It resulted in Marburyís removal from the Supreme Court.

c. It increased the power of the Congress.

d. It established the Supreme Courtís power of judicial review.

______ 4. The power of judicial review is the Supreme Courtís power

a. to review election results to determine if the elections were conducted honestly.

b. to be the final authority on what the Constitution means.

c. to remove elected officials from office if they behave unlawfully.

d. to force the state courts to follow the laws passed by Congress.

______ 5. If a federal court declares a decision by a government official to be

unconstitutional, this means that the officialís decision

a. is in violation of a federal law.

b. is in violation of a state law.

c. is in violation of something in the U.S. Constitution.

d. is in violation of any of the above.

(5 more questions on next page)

Match the correct answer

a. John Adams

b. Aaron Burr

c. Thomas Jefferson

d. Alexander Hamilton

e. John Marshall

_____6. I received the same number of electoral votes as Jefferson in 1800. However, I was not elected president.

_____7. I designed my home Monticello, and worked closely with the architects and designers of Washington, D.C.

_____8. I was the Federalist candidate for president in 1800.

_____9. I had little formal schooling and was Chief Justice of the Supreme Court

_____10. I set up the nation’s system of finance, which Jefferson wanted to undo.