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What problems did the Court have in the ear between the Civil war and the New Deal in trying to limit economic regulation? In attempting to limit regulation, was the Court reading its own political views into the Constitution or striving for a neutral interpretation of the document? Did the Founders believe in private property and want it protected? Was the Fourteenth Amendment intended to prevent economic regulation?

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