Necessary and Proper is one of the most misused and abused clauses in the Constitution. And much of the growth of government power is based on defining the word “necessary” as “convenient” rather than – well – necessary.

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The Original Meaning of “Necessary” in the Necessary and Proper Clause

Randy Barnett – The Original Meaning of the Necessary and Proper Clause

Edmund Pendleton – Virginia Ratifying Convention (14 June 1788)

John Williams – New York Ratifying Convention (26-27 June 1788)

Alexander Hamilton – Federalist No. 33

Chief Justice John Marshall – McCulloch v Maryland

James Madison’s Speech on the Bank Bill (2 Feb 1791)

Thomas Jefferson – Opinion on the Constitutionality of a National Bank (15 Feb 1791)

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