William marbury asked the supreme court to appoint james madison as justice of the peace. make madison live up to his contract.

William marbury asked the supreme court to appoint james madison as justice of the peace. make madison live up to his contract. force madison to deliver his appointment. stop madison from operating steamboats in new york.

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  1. the big stick policy was to still look powerful, and be nice at the same time. the big stick policy was also to countries who were at war, find peace with eachother.

    the dollar diplomacy was to expand american business and get it to latin america, for that would be good for the economy.

    you my friend, your regards.

    agubaba khaleekha.

  2. americans had many intangible advantages. well since the british fought a war far from home military orders, troops, and supplies sometimes took months to reach their destinations, and the british had an extremely difficult objective. they had to persuade the americans to give up their claims of independence, americans had a grand cause: fighting for their rights, their independence and their liberty. this cause is much more just than waging a war to deny independence.

  3. The correct answer is C) to make Madison deliver his appointment.

    William Marbury asked the Supreme Court to make Madison deliver his appointment.

    Marbury v. Madison was a case in the United States Supreme Court on February 11, 1803, in which it was established the judicial review principle. This meant that the courts in the United States had the power to limit or turn down laws and actions of the government that could be in opposition to what was established in the US Constitution.

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