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McCulloch v Maryland is an important case because it was one of the cases whereby the Supreme Court (Points : 1)
asserted the supreme authority of Congress.
asserted national authority over the states.
upheld states’ rights.
affirmed Maryland’s right to tax national property.

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    And you think ... ?

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    I think it might be c, but it was a tax situation so I am not sure.

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    can anyone help? I think it is c.

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