Case Summary: McCulloch v. Maryland (1819) (High School Level)

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09/06/2018
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10/21/2020

Case issue: Did Congress have the authority under the Constitution to commission a national bank? If so, did the state of Maryland have the authority to tax a branch of the national bank operating within its borders?

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