discuss in detail a provision you would have added to the body of the Constitution or to the Bill of Rights

  • discuss in detail a provision you would have added to the body of the Constitution or to the Bill of Rights

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     it has become clear that the Constitution does not comfortably cover every issue that we have encountered as a republic. please discuss in detail a provision you would have added to the body of the Constitution or to the Bill of Rights at the time it was written. Discuss (1) who would have supported this provision and who would have wanted to table it; (2) if this provision was passed, how it would have affected at least three different decisions that we have discussed -- BE VERY SPECIFIC

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b.            Why did the federal government claim that Maryland tax was unconstitutional?

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