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Trade Policy Under the U.S. Constitution — Is Congressional Supremacy Still Justifiable?

     Trade policy today is central to foreign policy. It is also crucial to domestic policy. The U.S. Constitution gave the job of regulating trade exclusively to Congress under Article 1, Section 8, Clause 3. But this was late in … Continue reading

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