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    The Commerce Clause

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    Exam 1 Essay: the Commerce Clause Since it was first established in the Constitution, the commerce clause found in Article I, Section 8 has “permit[ted] Congress ‘[t]o regulate commerce with foreign Nations, and among the several States, and with the Indian Tribes’” (Miller and Jentz 33). The real meaning of this, however, has over time, and through numerous cases changed. The one part which importance has probably changed the most, is the effects doctrine. According to Roger LeRoy Miller and Gaylord A. Jentz, the commerce clause has had a greater impact on business than any other provision in the Constitution (33). Throughout this report, the changes of the significance of the effects doctrine to the commerce clause will be discussed, as will…

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    government is attempting to limit the rights of the states once again, this time while also violating the commerce clause. Now, the United States Government is trying to tell my state of Montana, among others, that we cannot create our own firearms laws and that we must follow the federal government’s. The weapons were made and sold within the state of Montana, so we should have say about what laws are placed upon these firearms. To regulate our products made in the great state of Montana, the…

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    Reverse Clause Case Study

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    disputes over money and working conditions. For instance, at the beginning of 1876 baseball players found themselves at the beginning of what could be considered a monopoly; where the owner’s controlled baseball for a quarter of a century (Baseball, 2010). This was due to William Hulbert and other owner’s creation of the reserve clause. As a result of this clause, baseball player’s salaries were kept low, and they were unable to leave their team unless their owner traded them. If a player did…

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    important piece of any communication; without honesty no party that is part of the communication will consider the transfer useful. Additionally, if there is no expectation of honesty neither party will be completely invested in the communication. Utilizing honesty as a cornerstone of all communication within an organization will ensure that participants of the communication can rely on the information passed along. Additionally, dishonestly has been shown to not only harm personalities and…

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    The theory of pro: An Italian perspective Introduction Universal Grammar (UG) is a linguistics theory which supports the idea that all human languages, although different in the surface, share some fundamental principles. These principles are generally true across languages, while parameters, on the other hand, are settings that allow for variation from language to language (White, 2003, p.2). The Extended Projection Principle (EPP) is a principle common to all languages which states that a…

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    Citizenship Clause

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    opinions on the topic. The Fourteenth Amendment to the Constitution of the United States strives to have an outright and distinguished definition of national citizenship, which was subsequently accomplished through the Citizenship Clause. The Citizenship Clause conveys that "All persons born or naturalized in the United States, and subject to the jurisdiction thereof, are citizens of the United States and of the State wherein they reside” ("The Constitution of the United States," Amendment…

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    Establishment Clause

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    Mr. Katz demonstrated lack of skill in clearly communicating district plans to all stakeholders (Indiana Content Standards for Educators District Level Standard 4.2) by forging ahead with his program to emphasize one specific religion at each of the five elementary schools not housing special education students. Mr. Katz would be advised to revisit his school law textbook and notes before creating such a plan. A reminder of the definition of the Establishment Clause would have reminded him that…

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    The Elastic Clause

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    As a result of the Articles of Confederation completely failing the framers of the United States quickly got to work on drafting a new document. This new document would be named the Constitution. Once the new Constitution was revised and finished it was sent to all the states for ratification. This left every state with at least two questions: Does the Constitution benefit the central government or the individual states? And more importantly, which party do I want it to benefit? The new U.S.…

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    say. There are four main categories that a convention may fall under: sentence structure, spelling, punctuation, and capitalization. In this chapter you will find information regarding these four conventions, along with additional information about writing style and tone, as well as some helpful explanations regarding homonyms and other confusing words that exist in the English language. Phrases and Clauses Phrases and clauses are both used as basic building block components…

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    Emoluments Clause

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    The emoluments clause, borrowed from a "17th century Dutch statute…was chiefly aimed at the practice among European royalty of lavishing gifts on foreign diplomats, but it was written to cover all officers." (McLaughlin, 2017). The emoluments clause applies to all federal officers, including congress, U.S. federal judges, vice president, and the president. The constitution defines emoluments under the compensation clause, which prohibits the president from receiving emoluments from a state of…

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