The journal of the Federal convention of 1787 analyzed : the acts and proceedings thereof compared; and their precedents cited; in evidence of the making of the constitution for interpretation or construction in the alternative, according to either the federal plan or the national plan, that by the latter Congress have general power to provide for the common defence and general welfare of the United States; direct taxes are taxes direct to the several states in contrast with duties extending throughout the United States which are indirect taxes to the several states; and the limits of the Union are coextersive with the bounds of America /
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