Mcculloch v Maryland for students

Mcculloch v Maryland for students
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Flesch-Kincaid Grade Level=10.1
In this court case, the court decides that the national government is supreme to the states and the national government may create a bank because of the Necessary and Proper clause. This is a great case to use with students because it explains the Constitutional concepts that were involved
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