Kidd v. Pearson 128 U.S. 1 (1888)

Author:Leonard W. Levy
Pages:1536

Page 1536

A unanimous Court distinguished manufacturing and all forms of PRODUCTION from INTERSTATE COMMERCE, holding that a state act prohibiting the manufacture of intoxicants did not conflict with the national power to regulate interstate commerce and that the manufacture of a product for export to other states did not make it an article of interstate commerce.

LEONARD W. LEVY

(1986)

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