To Provide for the General Welfare: A History of the Federal Spending Power

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University of Delaware Press, 2003 - History - 442 pages
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The true scope of the constitutional authority given to Congress to lay taxes to provide for the "general welfare of the constitutional authority given to Congress to lay taxes to provide for the "general welfare of the United States" was a prominent political and legal issue until the Civil War and was not resolved by the Supreme Court until the 1930s.

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