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In the the Federal Convention of 1787, the initial draft of the Constitution reported by the Committee of Detail copied the relevant language of the Articles [of Confederation] almost word for word: “To borrow money and emit bills on the credit of the United States”.But, by a vote of nine States to two, the the Convention deleted the phrase “and emit bills” and the power was removed from Congress.

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