Gibbons V Ogden

Author: Isabel Simone Levinson
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Describes the Supreme Court case concerning the steamboat monopoly between New York State and New Jersey, which established the right of Congress to regulate interstate commerce.

The Steamboat S Charter Of Freedom

Author: George Dangerfield
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The famous case of Gibbons v. Ogden, decided on March 2, 1824, was, with its preceding litigation, ultimately concered with a single question: the power of Congress to regulate interstate as well as foreign commerce.

Encyclopedia Of The Industrial Revolution In America

Author: James Stuart Olson
Publisher: Greenwood Publishing Group
ISBN: 9780313308307
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Marshall embedded that principle into constitutional law in 1824 with the Gibbons
v. Ogden case. Since 1807, Robert Fulton had a monopoly from the New York
state legislature to operate a steamboat on the Hudson River. The state also ...

Student S Guide To Congress

Author: Bruce J. Schulman
Publisher: CQ Press
ISBN: 1452267391
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Gibbons. v. Ogden. (1824). Landmark Supreme Court case that helped
determine the scope of the federal government's power over commerce under the
Commerce Clause of the Constitution. At the Constitutional Convention in 1787,
the ...