Ap Government

Ap Government

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  • "As the state of Maryland we are gonna tax your bank sir"
  • McCulloch V. Maryland 1819
  • McCulloch V. Maryland March 1819
  • In a Baltimore town during 1818
  • Wot in Taxation?? You can't do that
  • National Bank
  • Who gave you the authority to have this here bank?
  • McCulloch V. Maryland 1819
  • Congress
  • National Bank
  • I guess I'll be seeing you in court
  • Well I'm supposed to be collecting your tax money.
  • McCulloch V. Maryland 1819
  • I guess I will
  • I will not pay the tax
  • National Bank
  • Representing the state of Maryland, my client George Williams came to the Bank of the United States and required a sum of $15,000 payed to the state of Maryland
  • Supreme Court
  • As the Bank of the United States I am not subjected to paying taxes to a state government.
  • The decision has been reached that, the states have no power of taxation to operations instituted by congress. The national government controls the Constitution and laws of the respective states, and cannot be controlled by states.
  • Supreme Court
  • We did it, we won by unanimous decision to protect the operation of the Bank of the United States, and kept it from being taxed.
  • The Decision
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