Where does Congress get the power to enact civil rights legislation

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Where does Congress get the power to enact civil rights legislation?  If that right is not specifically enumerated in the constitution, how can we know that protection of civil rights – specifically the prohibition against discrimination - was intended by the framers of the Constitution?  Include proper in-text citations in APA format to support your answer.

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The question belongs to Law and it is about enacting civil rights legislation. The question is about where does the Congress get the power to enact civil rights legislation. Civil rights legislation right has been given to the Congress under the Constitution under Article 1 Section 8. The solution discusses this in further detail.

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