Alkire, Christina A.
September 2013
California Western Law Review;Fall2013, Vol. 50 Issue 1, p133
Academic Journal
The article focuses on the unconstitutionality of the government-funded foreign humanitarian aid from the perspectives of originalist. Topics discussed include no role of the foreign humanitarian aid in common defense as well as the general welfare of the United States, presence of the government-funded foreign humanitarian aid with certain enumerated powers and authority of the U.S. Congress and federal government on imposing taxes for the general welfare and defense.


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