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Why did Thomas Jefferson believe that the creation of a national bank was unconstitutional?

Jefferson sided with the Supreme Court’s ruling in Marbury v. Madison that stated the federal government had no authority over banking regulations.

Jefferson believed that any power not expressly delegated to the federal government by the Constitution should be reserved to the states or the people.

Jefferson believed that no federal law had been established to give the federal government authority over interstate commerce.

Jefferson stated that the Declaration of Independence provided a clear authority for states to establish their own banks.

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