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What is the difference between loose construction and strict construction of the constitution?

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Strict construction meant that those interpreting it thought that that the government should only have powers that were expressly stated in the constitution. Like, it shouldn't stretch the limits or try to do things that the constitution didn't say specifically were ok to do.
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