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2 thoughts on “What’s wrong with how we interpret the Commerce Clause

  1. RealityCheck

    Thing is, the Founding Fathers didn’t and couldn’t foresee a time when nearly all commerce, even among individuals, would be interstate and international.

    1. Chad

      They didn’t need to – the concept is still the same. The federal government’s role is to make sure that flow of products isn’t interrupted.

      Check out the first two videos in the series to see why.

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