TAMU MGMT 211 - Commerce Clause and the Bill of Rights (4 pages)

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Discuss the Power of the Commerce Clause and how it's Power is limited. Also discuss the Supremacy Clause, the Power to Tax, Contract Clause, and parts of the Bill of Rights.


Lecture number:
3
Pages:
4
Type:
Lecture Note
School:
Texas A&M University
Course:
Mgmt 211 - Leg&Soc Envir Of Busi

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MGMT 211 1nd Edition Lecture 3 Outline of Last Lecture I Introduction to Constitution II History of the Constitution s Creation III Constitutional Interpretation IV Major Business Provisions of the Constitution Outline of Current Lecture I Power of the Commerce Clause II Limitations on the Commerce Clause III Supremacy Clause IV Power to Tax V Contract Clause VI Bill of Rights Current Lecture Chapter 2 Constitutional Law I Power of the Commerce Clause A 3 Historical events that defined the struggle between the National and State governments for power 1 McCulloch v Maryland a Maryland tried to tax the federal government citing the Reserved Powers Clause b Federal Government argued the Necessary and Proper Clause to get out of paying the tax These notes represent a detailed interpretation of the professor s lecture GradeBuddy is best used as a supplement to your own notes not as a substitute c John Marshal said the Necessary and Proper Clause gave the National government the inherent power to not be taxed by the states d First use of the Necessary and Proper Clause AKA the Implied Powers Clause Inherent Powers Clause or Elastic Powers Clause 2 Civil War War of Northern Aggression a Lincoln expanded the office of the president b Slavery ends 3 Civil Rights Reconstruction a Lincoln wanted an amicable period of Southern and Northern friendship after the war however he was assassinated b The Republicans who took over wanted the South to pay for the war c After Reconstruction ended Texas passed the Constitution of 1876 d Plessy v Ferguson 1 Separate but Equal is established as constitutional e Texas White Primary 1 State runs primary and makes law that you must be white to vote in primary 2 Texas had only one party at the time the Democrats a So the election was decided in the primary 3 Challenged in the middle of WWII and it was declared unconstitutional f Truman integrated the army after WWII g Brown v Board of Education Kansas 1950s 1 Thurgood Marshal first black man on



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