THE BANK CASES by 3r6Fp93T

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									THE BANK CASES
Authored and Researched By

        Tom Burshaw
Presented By

Jeremy Wilson
                 Cases Involved
 McCulloch v Maryland
(http://www.oyez.org/oyez/reso
   urce/case/236/)
     Argued - February 22, 1819
     Decided - March 6, 1819
 Osborn v The Bank of the
   United States
(http://www.oyez.org/oyez/reso
   urce/case/290/)
     Argued - March 10, 1824
     Decided - March 19, 1824
        McCulloch v Maryland
 Constitutional Principles
     Federalism
     Power Possessed By
      National Government
     Power Of The Judiciary
            Two Questions
(http://www.oyez.org/oyez/resource/case/2
                  36)
     “Did Congress Have The
      Authority To Establish The
      Bank?”
     “Did The Maryland Law
      Unconstitutionally Interfere
      With Congressional Powers?”
                   The Problems
 1st and 2nd Federal Banks
  chartered
 Maryland Unlawfully Enacts
  Tax Statute
   Actions Taken In Maryland
 John James Attempts To
  Collect $$$ and McCulloch
  Denies Him
 State Files Lawsuit In Lower
  Courts
 New President Of Federal
  Bank Exposes Corruption Of
  McCulloch and His Associates
  And Seeks Prosecution
 Justice Marshall Rules On
  Case --- March, 1819
           The Relevance Is …
 --” Supported The Use Of The Elastic Clause To Expand Federal Powers”
  (http://www.nyise.org/homsy/ushistory/landmarkcases.htm)
 -- “Established The Principle Of National Supremacy”
  (http://www.nyise.org/homsy/ushistory/landmarkcases.htm)
 Osborn v The Bank Of The United States
(http://www.oyez.org/oyez/resource/case/2
      Question Presented
                          90)
       “Did The Federal Circuit Court’s
        Assertion Of Jurisdiction over the case
        Which Involved An Action Commenced
        Against The State Of Ohio, Violate The
        Eleventh Amendment?”
State Of Ohio Attempts To Win It’s Own
                 Fight
    Ohio enacts $50,000 Tax ---
     February, 1819
    Ohio Banks Strive To Resist
     Tax With Federal Court
     Order
    Despite All Efforts… Monies
     Are Seized
    Supreme Court Hears Case ---
     1824
            As We Conclude…
 Effects Of The Two Cases
 Q And A

								
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