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Along with the power to tax, what power has provided much of the basis upon which Congress and the courts have built nearly all the implied powers? A. the Bill of Rights B. the Preamble C. the Amendments D. the Commerce Clause I was thinking A

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Do you know what does bill of rights mean?
Do you know what does the Preamble and the Amendment mean? I want to make sure that you already know this.

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I'll come back and talk about it, I have to turn this test in very soon and want to make sure its done in time!! Thank you for you help!! :)
As you like? But your teacher might ask you about them one day to make sure you know them. I'm doing my best for you to learn.
If you search the definition of each of them, you will definitely find your answer.
I have them in my notes!!
Search Commerce Clause, what does the definition say?

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