1. John Marshall was featured on a commemorative silver dollar in 2005.
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2. John Marshall used Federalist approaches to build a strong federal government over the opposition of the Jeffersonian Republicans, who wanted stronger state governments.
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10. John Marshall defended the government's actions, arguing that nothing in the Constitution prevents the United States from extraditing one of its citizens.
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16. John Marshall read law under the famous Chancellor George Wythe at the College of William and Mary, and he was admitted to the state bar in 1780.
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18. John Marshall died in 1835, and Jackson appointed Roger Taney as his successor.
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20. At the request of President Adams, John Marshall traveled to France in 1797 to help bring an end to attacks on American shipping.
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