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  1. ...) states that the United States Congress shall have power...example, in Wickard v. Filburn, a ... grew wheat for his own consumption and...

    6 Answers · Politics & Government · 09/07/2012

  2. The Justia link is good. Also LexisONE, which is somewhat more reliable: http://www.lexisone.com/lx1/caselaw/freecaselaw?searchType=citation&fclSearch=17+U.S.+246&action=FCLSearchCaseByCitation...

    2 Answers · Politics & Government · 05/11/2006

  3. So I read that the former United States is so desperate for medical supplies that... several containers filled with wheat and tobacco. A gesture, they said, of good...

    2 Answers · Entertainment & Music · 07/01/2007

  4. Trustees of Dartmouth College v. Woodward, 17 U.S. (4 Wheat.) 518 (1819), was a landmark United States Supreme Court case dealing with the application of the ...

    3 Answers · Politics & Government · 16/12/2007

  5. ...the case's analogy to Wickard v. Filburn, in which regulation of farming homegrown wheat for use at home, seemingly a solely private...wheat or selling the surplus across state lines, so still affects interstate...

    3 Answers · Politics & Government · 30/03/2007

  6. ..., 17 U.S. (4 Wheat.) 316 (1819); Veazie Bank v. Fenno, 75 U.S... Bank v. United States, 101 U.S. 1 (1880...

    5 Answers · Politics & Government · 20/01/2011

  7. ... is likely an 1886 Liberty Head nickel (or "'V' nickel), minted in 75% copper and 25% nickel, with a silver- or nickel-...

    5 Answers · Games & Recreation · 05/07/2008

  8. ... Wickard v. Filburn, and was..., was growing wheat for on-farm consumption. The... Act. The United States Government is...

    7 Answers · Politics & Government · 01/04/2012

  9. They are Liberty nickels. The V you see inside the laurel wreath (not wheat) is the Roman number 5, and 'cents' is...

    3 Answers · Games & Recreation · 27/01/2011

  10. ..., then Filburn would have a local monopoly on wheat grain in following years allowing...already been eliminated. Police State? Not hardly! Your example clearly shows...

    15 Answers · Politics & Government · 04/12/2006

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