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What is the main difference between enumerated and implied constitutional powers? A. Implied powers and enumerated powers are listed in separate sections of the Constitution. B. Implied
powers describe the authority of state governments and enumerated powers define their limits. C. Enumerated powers are clearly defined in the Constitution, while implied powers are not specifically stated. D. Enumerated powers apply to the executive branch of government, while implied powers apply to the legislature.
What is the main difference between enumerated and implied constitutional powers? C. Enumerated powers are clearly defined in the Constitution, while implied powers are not specifically stated.
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