Wouldn't Going back to the Jeffersonian Constitutional ethics kill deregulation?

Given that Fiat money was illegal, as was the Fed, as was private control of the printing of money, & corporations were heavily regulated & only allowed on a mission basis, i.e. A corporation is allowed to build a bridge but has to disband after completion.

Reference:

Shankman, Andrew. Crucible of American Democracy: The Struggle to Fuse

Egalitarianism & Capitalism in Jeffersonian Pennsylvania. Lawrence, Kansas: University Press of Kansas 2004

Brunn, Erik, Crosby Jay. (Edts) Our Nation’s Archive: The History of the United States

in Documents. New York, New York 1999

Fleming, Thomas. Liberty! The American Revolution. New York, New York: Viking

Books 1997

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  • 9 years ago
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    Hey Millions of Peaches. I am going to try to provide a thought that is not based on intellectual research.

    Modern problems could not be anticipated by constitutional founders. Society may look back but can not go backward. The position you advocate, although preferable, would be extremely difficult to implement.

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