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Top 5 Myths About the Constitution

SNLS | July 19, 2019

By Michael Boldin

We’ve all heard the claims – various clauses of the Constitution, rather than limiting federal power, are used as a justification for more and more of it.

From the necessary and proper, general Welfare and commerce clauses, to the preamble, federal “supremacy” and more – there are a lot to choose from.

The hardest part about putting this list together was keeping it to just the top five.



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The Commerce Clause and the Constitution: Not a Power to Do Whatever They Want

The Preamble to the Constitution: What It Tells Us and What It Doesn’t

Necessary and Proper: Not Anything and Everything

Thomas Jefferson on the General Welfare Clause

The Supremacy Clause Smackdown

Michael Boldin [send him email] is the founder of the Tenth Amendment Center, where this video first appeared. He was raised in Milwaukee, WI, and currently resides in Los Angeles, CA. Follow him on twitter – @michaelboldin and Facebook.

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