3Notes Identify and describe the 3 types of Congressional power: Compare and contrast strict construction of the US constitution to liberal construction on the subject of congressional power:
4Chapter 11 Section 2: The Expressed Powers of Money and Commerce Big Idea: many of the expressed powers of Congress have to do with money and commerce or business.
5Vocabulary Tax Direct taxes Indirect taxes Deficit financing Public debtCommerce powerLegal tenderbankruptcy
6Notes What is the purpose of taxes? What are 4 limitations on the Congressional power to tax?How does Congress use its power to borrow money?Why is Congress’s commerce power important?How does the bankruptcy power work?
7Chapter 11 Section 3: Other Expressed Powers Big Idea: Congress has a number of major expressed powers that are not related to money and commerce.
9NotesWhat two sources do the foreign relations powers of Congress come from?What powers does Congress have concerning war?What powers does the President have concerning war?List and describe the other expressed powers of Congress:
10Chapter 11 Section 4: The Implied Powers Big Idea: the Necessary and Proper Clause led to massive expansion of Congress’s Power.
11VocabularyNecessary and Proper ClauseAppropriatedoctrine
12NotesHow does the Necessary and Proper Clause give Congress flexibility in lawmaking?Explain Thomas Jefferson and Alexander Hamilton’s dispute over implied powers of Congress
13Chapter 11 Section 5: The Non-Legislative Powers Big Idea: Congress has a number of non-legislative powers, including electoral, executive, and investigative powers.
15Notes What is Congress’s role in amending the Constitution? What is Congress’s role in deciding elections?Describe Congress’s power to impeach and bring the president to trial:What are Congress’s executive powers?What are Congress’s investigative powers?