What Are the Three Types of Delegated Powers?

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The Delegated Powers, as described in the US constitution, are also known as Enumerated Powers which are given to the Congress. These powers are described in Article 1 Section 8 of the US constitution. Three of these delegated powers are the power of borrowing money on the credit of the US, power of regulating commerce with foreign nations, and the power of establishing post offices and roads.
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