Which answer correctly describes an outcome of the gibbons v. ogden court case? (5 points)
the case limited the federal government's power to only include interstate trade.
the case limited the federal government's power to only include trade within a single state.
the case expanded federal power to include some control over trade within and across state borders.
the case expanded federal power to include control over trade between the united states and other countries.
I'm pretty sure it's C: The case expanded federal power to include some control over trade within and across state borders. I'm taking the same test.
Sorry if its wrong but I'm 90% sure. :)
The correct answer is:
The case expanded federal power to include some control over trade within and across state borders.
In Gibbons v. Ogden (1824), the Supreme Court sustained that the authority to control interstate commerce, conferred to Congress by the Commerce Clause of the United States Constitution, included the power to regulate navigation. Regarding conflicts around licenses granted, the New York state court rejected Gibbons’ case, affirming that U.S. Congress controlled interstate commerce.
19 is A
20 is C
18 I dont know the answer to.
18= I don’t know ♀️
D.The two armies fought to a draw.
The Battle of Monmouth was a battle in the American Revolutionary War and it did not have a winner. The Americans did not gain substantial ground at the same time the British were unable to go on. But at the same time, both sides accomplished their objectives. The Americans were able to gain confidence because they were able to fight on equal terms with the British force.
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The Answer is D. The two armies fought to a draw
Which of the following correctly describes the outcome of the Battle of Monmouth?
The two armies fought to a draw.
The fighting was brutal and lasted basically all day. Both Washington and Cornwallis fought bravely and commanded wisely. Ultimately, the fighting stopped as night fell, Cornwallis made a quiet retreat at midnight in order to consolidate forces in New York.
nicely as to join and when they said no punch them in the face and run away
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