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Congress or the Supreme court; which shall rule America? containing the principal arguments both for and against the proposition: Resolved that Congress should have the power to over-ride, by a two thirds majority vote, decisions of the Supreme court declaring laws passed by Congress unconstitutional,

Author: Egbert Ray Nichols
Publisher: New York city, Noble and Noble, Inc., [©1935]
Series: University debaters' help book, v. 2.
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Nichols, Egbert Ray.
Congress or the Supreme court; which shall rule America?
New York city, Noble and Noble, Inc., [©1935]
(OCoLC)651819931
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Egbert Ray Nichols
OCLC Number: 1838249
Description: iv, 476 pages 21 cm.
Series Title: University debaters' help book, v. 2.
Responsibility: Compiled and edited by Egbert Ray Nichols.

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