Pwease help me, i`m not so good at History 🙁 It is emphatically the province and duty of the Judicial Department to say what the law is. John Marshall, Marbury v. Madison, opinion of the court 10. What argument was the author of this statement, John Marshall, making about how the federal government should function? A. The judicial branch of the federal government should have the power to make laws. B. The judicial branch of the federal government should have power to interpret laws. C. The judicial branch has the sole authority to establish a federal court system. D. Only the laws created by the federal government, and approved by the court, have any authority in the federal system. The Constitution protects the right of the people to assemble to express their views. It protects their right to organize to influence public policy, whether in political parties, interest groups, or other organizations. It also protects the people’s right to petition—to bring their views to the attention of public officials by such varied means as written petitions, letters, or advertisements; lobbying; and parades or marches. 11. Which of these actions would be an unconstitutional violation of rights? A. The police arrest a group of civil rights activists who have committed an act of civil disobedience. B. The local authorities refuse to issue a parade permit to a group that wants to march past a school during school hours. C. The police arrest a man for giving a speech that urges the violent overthrow of the government. D. The authorities refuse to give a demonstration permit to a group that wants to hold a rally promoting racist beliefs. 12. When a Supreme Court justice agrees with the decision reached by the court in a case, but not with the reasons why the court made that decision, he or she may choose to write a A. concurring opinion. B. dissenting opinion. C. majority opinion. D. unanimous opinion. William Marbury had been appointed a Justice of the Peace for the District of Columbia. The Senate had promptly confirmed his appointment, and late on the night of March 3, 1801, President Adams signed the commissions of office for Marbury and a number of other new judges. The next day, Jefferson became president… 13. How did President Jefferson respond to the situation? A. He blamed President Adams for not delivering Marbury’s commission and ordered it delivered immediately. B. He used his presidential authority to declare that Marbury’s commission was null and void. C. He ordered his secretary of state not to deliver Marbury’s commission, blocking Marbury from becoming a judge. D. He asked the leader of the Senate to revoke Marbury’s appointment and remove his commission.