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This landmark case declared that the United States government had implied powers as well as those specifically listed in the Constitution. The decision provided the ability of the federal government to expand or evolve its powers to meet an ever-changing world. McCulloch v. Maryland (1819).

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mcculloch v maryland 1819

This landmark case declared that the United States government had implied powers as well as those specifically listed in the Constitution. The decision provided the ability of the federal government to expand or evolve its powers to meet an ever-changing world.

McCulloch v. Maryland (1819)

2- minute summary

Summary

JOHN MARSHALL-SCJ

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2-minute summary

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The decision had far-reaching impact in its application to business charters, protecting businesses and corporations from a great deal of government regulation.

Dartmouth College v. Woodward (1819)

2-minute summary

This was a case about whether or not a state government can force a privately owned college to a public university for the government’s financial gain.

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