rootbeer003:

Hamilton’s financial plan and the argument that the Constitution gives presidents whatever powers “are necessary and proper” are examples of which type of constitutional interpretation?

11 months ago
rootbeer003:

@Vocaloid

11 months ago
rootbeer003:

Loose Strict Forwards Backwards

11 months ago
Vocaloid:

@Eiwoh2

11 months ago
Vocaloid:

well there's only two possibilities, "fowards" and "backwards" interpretations aren't really a thing IIRC so between "strict" and "loose" it makes sense, that, because this is the elastic clause, it would be a loose interpretation

11 months ago
Vocaloid:

http://law2.umkc.edu/faculty/projects/ftrials/conlaw/nec&proper.html

11 months ago
rootbeer003:

so loose is yuh guess

11 months ago
Vocaloid:

[that's my best guess as a non-history person, and some research]

11 months ago
Eiwoh2:

At least you explained it well. ^^;

11 months ago
Allison:

Strict is someone who argues a narrow interpretation of the Constitution's porivsions in particular those granting powers to the Federal Government. So cross that out.

11 months ago
rootbeer003:

okay lets see if you're correct

11 months ago
Allison:

*Crosses fingers* o.o

11 months ago
rootbeer003:

oh it doesnt even show but anyway thanks guys

11 months ago
Allison:

Did you get a good grade?!

11 months ago
rootbeer003:

B

11 months ago
rootbeer003:

good enough for this class lol

11 months ago
Allison:

:']

11 months ago
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