The commercial power of Congress, considered in the light of its origin. The origin, development, and contemporary interpretation of the commerce clause of the federal constitution, from the New Jersey representations, of 1778, to the embargo laws of Jefferson's second administration, in 1809. By David Walter Brown...
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- New York and London, G. P. Putnam's sons, 1910.
ix, 284 p. 21 cm.
- Interstate commerce.
United States -- Commerce.
United States -- Commercial policy.
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