The Power of Congress to Regulate and Enfore the Interstate Trade Clause in the Constitution
The "Declaration of Independence" revealed the birth of a new nation. Its foundation rested on no particular grievance, but many against King George III and the British people. Thomas Jefferson lists "life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness" as the rights of all man. In the late 1700s with the formation of the American these rights were understood, however, there were no documents to officially uphold these rights aside from the "Declaration of Independence.".
The thirteen confederate states therefore agreed upon the Articles of Confederation. These articles were a loose agreement for…
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