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Nullification : how to resist Federal tyranny in the 21st century

著者: Thomas E Woods
出版商: Washington, D.C. : Regnery Pub. ; New York : Distributed to the trade by Perseus Distribution, ©2010.
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Asserts that nullification is the constitutional remedy envisioned by the nation's founders to be used to resist Federal power. Presents documents showing the rationale used by States in historic debates.
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提及的人: James Madison; Jonathan Trumbull; John C Calhoun; Littleton Waller Tazewell; Andrew Jackson; Thomas Jefferson
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所有的著者/提供者: Thomas E Woods
ISBN: 9781596981492 1596981490
OCLC号码: 515438050
描述: 309 p. ; 23 cm.
内容: Return of a forbidden idea --
Problem and the 'rightful remedy' --
American history and the Spirit of '98 --
What is (or are) the United States, anyway? --
Nullification today --
James Madison and the 'duty' to interpose : the Virginia resolutions of 1798 --
Virginia informs the people: Address of the General Assembly to the People of the Commonwealth of Virginia --
Unconstitutional laws are void: the Kentucky resolutions of 1799 --
The Federal Government will not police itself: Virginia General Assembly Report of 1800 --
The states are the protecting shield: Speech of Connecticut Governor Jonathan Trumbull opening of the special session of the legislature --
We resist : resolutions of the General Assembly of Connecticut --
Federalism cannot last without nullification: Fort Hill address --
Nullification: why the critics are all wrong: an exposition of the Virginia Resolutions of 1798 --
Judges are human beings, not gods: a review of the proclamation of President Jackson --
Nullification vs. slavery: joint resolution of the legislature of Wisconsin --
Appendix: the Constitution of the United States.
责任: Thomas E. Woods, Jr.

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A "New York Times"-bestselling author reveals a trend that's sweeping America: nullification. More and more states are saying no to the bloated, overreaching federal government, invoking their  再读一些...

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