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Page 38 - Constitution nor the due-process clause requires the perpetuation of conditions which impair the national vitality. To adopt the view that the Constitution is static and that it does not permit Congress from time to time to take such steps as may reasonably be deemed appropriate to the economic preservation of the country is to insist that the Constitution was created containing the seeds of its own destruction.