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Common good - Wikipedia
In philosophy, economics, and political science, the common good is a term of art , referring to either what is shared and beneficial for all or most members of a ... More »

General welfare clause - Wikipedia


A general welfare clause is a section that appeared in many constitutions, as well as in some charters and statutes, which provides that the governing body ...

General Welfare legal definition of General Welfare - Legal Dictionary

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General Welfare. The concern of the government for the health, peace, morality, and safety of its citizens. Providing for the welfare of the general public is a basic  ...

What does promoting the general welfare mean? - Quora


Well, let's look at the definitions of the words. promote - support or actively encourage. general - affecting or concerning all or most people, ...

general welfare - law and liberty


General Welfare. The “general welfare” clause is mentioned twice in the U.S. Constitution: first, in the preamble and second, it is found in Article 1, Section 8.

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Definition of General Welfare Clause – Our online dictionary has General Welfare Clause information from Dictionary of American History dictionary.

Does the "General Welfare Clause" Of The U.S. Constitution Authorize


Mar 27, 2013 ... CNSNews.com posted an article in October of 2009, "Hoyer Says Constitution's ' General Welfare' Clause Empowers Congress to Order ...

America's Misunderstood Mission: Promoting the general Welfare


Nov 2, 2014 ... But, What is the General Welfare? What does that catch-all phrase entail? And what does it not? Well, it seems like THAT has been a debate ...

What does the General Welfare Clause really mean? | Constitution ...


May 9, 2011 ... The general welfare clause has absolutely nothing to do with the confiscation of wealth from one group of individuals and the transferring of it to ...

Enough Is Enough: Why General Welfare Limits Spending


Jan 13, 2011 ... Alexander Hamilton and James Madison, the principal authors of The Federalist, famously disagreed about the meaning of “general Welfare” ...