How did the case of Gibbons v. Ogden have an economic impact on America in the 19th century?
The Supreme Court's decision allowed state laws to override federal laws when they conflicted regarding economic matters.
The Supreme Court's decision allowed states the ability to pass commerce laws even if they conflicted with federal commerce laws.
The Supreme Court's decision allowed the federal government to maintain some control over trade within and across state borders.
The Supreme Court's decision allowed the states to maintain control over which states they traded with and how that trade was regulated.