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Statehood : the territorial imperative : an essay

Author: Bill Howell; Bill Redd
Publisher: Helper, UT : Bookcliff Pub., ©2005.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English
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Genre/Form: History
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Bill Howell; Bill Redd
ISBN: 0978575202 9780978575205
OCLC Number: 235428494
Description: 524 pages : illustrations ; 28 cm
Contents: 1. Statehood day --
2. A historical retrospective : the origins of independence --
3. "In trust" : the origin and purpose of territories of the United States --
4. Federal territorial acts --
5. State enabling act compacts : prescriptions for statehood --
6. What is a state under the United States constitution? --
7. Equal footing among the states --
8. Temporary and partial restraint on statehood --
9. Consolidating governmental power : revoking statehood --
10. Breach of trust --
11. "Expansive reading" of the constitutional property clause --
12. "Whole cloth" reading the constitution --
13. Extension of the Kleppe decision to its logical end : the property clause as a source of unlimited power --
14. Further consequences of the property clause as a source of unlimited power --
15. Precedential underpinning for Kleppe v. New Mexico --
16. Evolution of judicial precedent --
17. The source of federal authority to govern territory --
18. Origin of the constitutional property clause --
19. A particularized analysis of the property and claims clauses --
20. History revisited --
21. Restoring the "empire of liberty."
Responsibility: by Bill Howell and Bill Redd.

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