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check my grammer..fix it if its wrong?

The Gibbons v. Ogden case took place in 1824. In this case it's either the state that controls interstate commerce or the government. Interstate commerce is trade between sates. The power to regulate commerce is exclusively bested in Congress, and no part of it can be approved by a State. It's saying that the state can't overpower the federal government when the state wants to do something it wants but cant such as establishing a law.

The McCulloch v Maryland case took place in 1819.Our federal government has the authority to incorporate a national bank. The Constitution did not specifically give Congress such a power, Congress had no powers other than those explicitly given to it. That is known as strict construction. That’s when John Marshall introduced us to implied powers. Implied powers is defined as not being but need to complete other jobs or tasks directly or explicitly stated without being said. In 1816, Congress chartered The Second Bank of the United States.

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  • 1 decade ago
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    Interstate commerce, the shipping of commerce from state to state, is regulated solely by the federal government. In 1824 the case of Gibbons vs Ogden made it law that freight shipped throughout the U.S. will be subject to approval by the laws of congress and shall not be over ruled by any state mandate. This is not to say that any sole state can not govern additional rules to be followed.

    The McCulloch vs The State of Maryland case of 1819 brings about the idea of Strick Construction vs Implied Powers.

    Congress, at the time, belived it pos.essed the power to incorporate a national banking institution although, the U.S. Constitution had not specifically given Congress the power to do so. Hence the introduction of implied powers by John Marshall which is defined as .........( whatever the definition is)

    Therefore deeming Congresses Second Bank of the United States of 1816 unconstitutional.

    Hi, I hope this is what you were looking for.

  • 1 decade ago

    The Gibbons v. Ogden case took place in 1824. In this case it's either the state that controls interstate commerce or the government. Interstate commerce is trade between STATES. The power to regulate commerce is exclusively bested in Congress, and no part of it can be approved by a STATE. It's saying that the state can't overpower the federal government when the state wants to do something it wants but CAN'T, such as establishing a law.

    The McCulloch v Maryland case took place in 1819.Our federal government has the authority to incorporate a national bank. The Constitution did not specifically give Congress such a power, Congress had no powers other than those explicitly given to it. That is known as strict construction. That’s when John Marshall introduced us to implied powers. Implied powers is defined as not being but NEEDING to complete other jobs or tasks directly or explicitly stated without being said. In 1816, Congress chartered The Second Bank of the United States.

    Source(s): Change sates to States State should not be capitalized unless you are referring to a particular state, like the State of NJ. The word "can't": Use an apostrophe with a comma following it Not sure about possibly capitalizing Federal Government
  • 1 decade ago

    The Gibbons v. Ogden case took place in 1824. In this case, it's either the state that controls interstate commerce or the government. Interstate commerce is trade between states. The power to regulate commerce is exclusively bested in Congress, and no part of it can be approved by a State. It's saying that the state can't overpower the federal government when the State wants to do something it wants to but can't, such as establishing a law.

    The McCulloch v. Maryland case took place in 1819.Our federal government has the authority to incorporate a national bank. The Constitution did not specifically give Congress such a power; Congress had no powers other than those explicitly given to it. This is known as strict construction. That’s when John Marshall introduced us to implied powers. Implied powers is defined as not being but need to complete other jobs or tasks directly or explicitly stated without being said. In 1816, Congress chartered The Second Bank of the United States

    i made some corrections but overall pretty good.last part confusing...

  • 1 decade ago

    states is spelled wrong in the third sentence. and in the fourth sentence, you don't need to capitalize state. You might want to reword the fifth sentence because I do not entirely understand it. in the sentence after you introduce the McCulloch v Maryland case, the comma should be made into a semicolon.

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  • 1 decade ago

    u spelled states wrong in the sentence Interstate commerce is trade between states.

  • 1 decade ago

    grammar*

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