Compare And Contrast Madison And Thomas Jefferson

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In 1803, Thomas Jefferson was President of the United States of America and James Madison was Vice President. In the case Marbury vs. Madison, President Jefferson commanded Madison to fire Judge William Marbury, whom was previously appointed by President John Adams as he was leaving office, along with several other judges. Marbury later sued Madison citing the Judiciary Act of 1798. This act allowed the supreme court to review cases brought against a federal official. William Marbury was a federalist which meant he was in the same political party as Alexander Hamilton and John Adams. On the other hand Jefferson and Madison were democrat 's which means they were against Marbury and others. In my opinion Mar bury had no right to sue Madison

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