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" ... fetter and degrade the state governments by subjecting them to the control of Congress, in the exercise of powers heretofore universally conceded to them of the most ordinary and fundamental character ; when in fact it radically changes the whole... "
Journal of the Senate of Virginia - Pagina 27
door Virginia. General Assembly. Senate - 1877
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Constitutional Interpretation: Illusion and Reality

Jeffrey M. Shaman - 2001 - 266 pagina’s
...and degrade" the states by subjecting them to the control of Congress.14 This would "radically change the whole theory of the relations of the State and Federal governments to each other and of both these governments to the people."15 This the Court was not willing to do.16 When one gets past the...
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Our Secret Constitution: How Lincoln Redefined American Democracy

George P. Fletcher - 2003 - 304 pagina’s
...should note, carried forth the struggle of the Civil War by other means. The special solicitude shown to "the relations of the State and Federal governments to each other and of both these governments to the people" harks back to the rhetoric of the 1830s about the asserted autonomy...
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Supreme Court Cases on Political Representation, 1787-2001

Christopher A. Anzalone, United States. Supreme Court - 2002 - 808 pagina’s
...preserve equality of rights and to prevent discrimination as between citizens, but not to radically change the whole theory of the relations of the state and federal governments to each other, and of both governments to the people. If presidential electors are appointed by the legislatures, no discrimination...
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State Sovereign Immunity: A Reference Guide to the United States Constitution

Melvyn R. Durchslag - 2002 - 176 pagina’s
...rights not previously recognized as federally protected because to do so would "radically [change] the whole theory of the relations of the State and Federal governments...." 25. See, for example, Jacobs, Eleventh 160-64. Amar, Of Sovereignty 1484-91. Jackson, Supreme 3—4....
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Privileges and Immunities: A Reference Guide to the United States Constitution

David S. Bogen - 2003 - 171 pagina’s
...and spirit of our institutions; where the effect is to fetter and degrade the State governments by subjecting them to the control of Congress, in the...radically changes the whole theory of the relations of state and Federal governments to each other and of both these governments to the people; the argument...
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The Waite Court: Justices, Rulings, and Legacy

D. Grier Stephenson - 2003 - 349 pagina’s
...make the Supreme Court "a perpetual censor upon all legislation of the States" and "radically change the whole theory of the relations of the State and Federal governments to each other and of both these governments to the people. ..." Of the three dissenting opinions published in the Slaughterhouse...
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Justice of Shattered Dreams: Samuel Freeman Miller and the Supreme Court ...

Michael A. Ross - 2003 - 350 pagina’s
...opinion.''4 In the end, Miller and the majority rejected the dissenters' view that the Fourteenth Amendment "radically changes the whole theory of the relations of the State and Federal governments to the people." The founding fathers, Miller argued, added the Bill of Rights to the Constitution in order...
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Encyclopedia of Constitutional Amendments, Proposed Amendments, and Amending ...

John R. Vile - 2003 - 635 pagina’s
...COMPENSATION TO * our institutions; when the effect is to fetter and degrade the State governments by subjecting them to the control of Congress, in the exercise of powers hithertofore universally conceded to them of the most ordinary and fundamental character; when in fact...
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Laboratory of Justice: The Supreme Court's 200-Year Struggle to Integrate ...

David L. Faigman - 2004 - 417 pagina’s
...the State governments by subjecting them to the control of Congress," and would so radically change "the whole theory of the relations of the State and...other and of both of these governments to the people," that "we are convinced that no such results were intended by the Congress which proposed these amendments,...
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The Right to Vote: Rights and Liberties Under the Law

D. Grier Stephenson - 2004 - 453 pagina’s
...make the Supreme Court "a perpetual censor upon all legislation of the States" and "radically change the whole theory of the relations of the State and Federal governments to each other and of both these governments to the people." If shoring up constitutionally the Civil Rights Act of 1866 was the...
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