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How did the case of Gibbons vs. Ogden affect economic practices in the United States?
It gave the states the ability to write their own laws to control trade with other states.
It allowed the President to create laws relating to trade between states and internationally.
It gave private companies the ability to set their own rates when trading with state companies.
It allowed the federal government to have some control over trade within and across state borders.
Believe it is A, any suggestions?
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D because people were trying to find balance between the federal govt. and the states, but without a little govt. regulation in interstate commerce, states could take advantage of each other. People were mainly really afraid of giving power to the federal government, but they eventually learned that this decision was well balanced.