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New Views of the Constitution

By Taylor, John

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Book Id: WPLBN0000132363
Format Type: PDF eBook
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Reproduction Date: 2005

Title: New Views of the Constitution  
Author: Taylor, John
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Language: English
Subject: Literature, Literature & thought, Writing.
Collections: Classic Literature Collection
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Taylor, J. (n.d.). New Views of the Constitution. Retrieved from http://ipad-library.net/


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PREFACE: THAT many eminent and respectable men have ever preferred, and ever will prefer, a consolidated national government to our federal system; that the constitution, under the influence of this predilection, has been erroneously construed; that these constructions are rapidly advancing towards their end, whether it shall be consolidation or disunion; that they will become a source of excessive geographical discord; and that the happiness and prosperity of the United States will be greater under a federal than under a national government, in any form, are the opinions which have suggested the following treatise. If the survey taken of these subjects is not proportioned to their importance, it yet may not be devoid of novelty, nor wholly ineffectual towards attracting more publick attention towards a question involving a mass of consequences either very good or very bad.

Table of Contents
· PREFACE · SECTION I. The Meaning of Certain Primary Words · SECTION II. The Journal of the Convention · SECTION III. The Subject Continued · SECTION IV. The Subject Continued · SECTION V. The Subject Concluded · SECTION VI. Yates's Notes · SECTION VII. The Subject Concluded · SECTION VIII. The Federalist · SECTION IX. The Subject Continued · SECTION X. The Subject Continued · SECTION XI. The Subject Continued · SECTION XII. The Subject Concluded · SECTION XIII. Sovereignty · SECTION XIV. One of the People · SECTION XV. Other Consolidating Doctrines · SECTION XVI. A Federal and National Form of Government Compared · SECTION XVII. Construction

 

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