Gibbons v. Ogden, regarding the use of the Hudson River, established what principle regarding the commerce clause of the constitution?
There were no limits on the commerce clause except where state interests were deemed more pressing than national interests.
There were no limits on the commerce clause except those specifically listed in the Constitution.
The commerce clause did not allow Congress to prohibit the formation of a monopoly.
The commerce clause should be narrowly interpreted, giving Congress control over direct dealings only.
The commerce clause could be only invoked where resources were shared between states, such as the Hudson River between New York and New Jersey.
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