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commerce clause


Some scholars argue that "commerce", as used in the commerce clause of the U.S. Constitution, could have had a non-economic meaning as more frequently used in that day. For example, "the free and easy commerce of social life."  Other scholars disagree and it is not a position the court has taken.
  clause in the U.S. Constitution granting Congress the power to regulate commerce with foreign nations and between the states
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  • Some scholars argue that "commerce", as used in the commerce clause of the U.S. Constitution, could have had a non-economic meaning as more frequently used in that day. For example, "the free and easy commerce of social life."  Other scholars disagree and it is not a position the court has taken.
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Associated words [difficulty]:   commerce clause , Bill of Rights [5] , due process [6] , strict construction [9]
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