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Based on the Supreme Court’s ruling in Gibbons v. Ogden, 1824, it would be reasonable to assume that Chief Justice John Marshall favored a. a strict interpretation of the Constitution. b. State’s
rights. c. a liberal interpretation of the Constitution. d. deficit financing.
a. a strict interpretation of the Constitution.
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User: Based on the Supreme Court’s ruling in Gibbons v. Ogden, 1824, it would be reasonable to assume that Chief Justice John Marshall favored a. a strict interpretation of the Constitution. b. State’s rights. c. a liberal interpretation of the Constitution. d. deficit financing.

Weegy: a. a strict interpretation of the Constitution.
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User: In McCulloch v. Maryland, the Supreme Court a. ruled the doctrine of implied powers to be unconstitutional. b. upheld the doctrine of implied powers. c. upheld the right of the State of Maryland to tax a federal agency. d. ruled the creation of a bank by Congress to be unconstitutional.

User: The case of McCulloch v Maryland enforces what public policy? a. proper but not necessary is constitutional c. necessary and proper clause is not constitutional b. necessary and proper clause is constitutional d. necessary but not proper clause is constitutional

User: What is the basis of the Necessary and Proper Clause? a. creating more power for congress c. investigations into what powers are held by which branch b. stepping stones for presidential roles d. execution of vested powers created by Constitution

Weegy: What is the basis of the Necessary and Proper Clause? *This clause allows the Government of the United States to make all laws that are necessary as well as proper.
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