How the commerce clause was twisted to give Congress power over everything
Author: Timothy Sandefur
Our friends at Reason.tv have prepared an outstanding video about the legal issues surrounding the commerce clause, and how courts have expanded Congress' powers under that provision. The best part is when Prof. Chemerinsky concedes that Congress could force people to buy cars if it wanted to.
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