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  • Constitutional law - rameshwar prasad
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  • Constitutional Law Outline
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     THE SUPREME COURT WITHIN THE CONSTITUTIONAL SCHEME CONSTITUTION New Powers: Act on individuals Power of sword (raise/call up army) Power of purse (spending) Power to tax Implied powers Federal Laws>state (Supremacy) Popular Sovereignty We the people: power comes from the...
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