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Barnett, R. E. (2001). The original meaning of the commerce clause. The University of Chicago Law Review, 68(1), 101–147.
Corley, P. C., Howard, R. M., & Nixon, D. C. (2005). The Supreme Court and opinion content: The use of The Federalist Papers. Political Research Quarterly, 58(2), 329–340.
Cornell University Law School: Legal Information Institute. (n. d.). First amendment
Cornell University Law School: Legal Information Institute. (n. d.). Due process.
Grumet, B. R. (1982). Who is “due” process? Public Administration Review, 42(4), 321–326.
Project Gutenberg. (1992). The Federalist Papers.
Richardson, E. L. (1989). Checks and balances in foreign relations. The American Journal of International Law, 83(4), 736–739.
Rubenfeld, J. (2001). The first amendment’s purpose. Stanford Law Review, 53(4), 767–832.
Sullivan, J. V. (2007). How our laws are made (Document No. 110—49).
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