Lewis Morris: The Consent of the Governed

Those who saw him forever remembered the dignified portrait of the gentleman from New York.  His build was tall and lean, and his countenance was calm and collected as he rose to address the congress.  “The chair recognizes the Honorable Mr. Morris of the New York delegation” the chairman announced as the representative stood.

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Constitution Post: Article I, Section 8; Part 5

In today’s Constitution post, we’re continuing to study through Article I, Section 8.  Last time, Benjamin covered the Bankruptcy Clause; and, continuing with a monetary focus, we’ll look at two clauses — the Coinage Clause and the Weights and Measures Clause.

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