JOURNAL OF THE FEDERAL CONVENTION OF 1787 ANALYZED; THE ACTS AND PROCEEDINGS THEREOF COMPARED; AND THEIR PRECEDENTS CITIED: IN EVIDENCE OF THE MAKING...
Item #: 7629
Published: Getzville; William S. Hein & Co., Inc.; 1985.
Subjects: CONSTITUTIONAL LAW
Complete title: The Journal of the Federal Convention of1787 Analyzed; The Acts and Proceedings thereof Compared;and their Precedents Cited: In Evidence of the Making of theConstitution for Interpretation or Construction in theAlternative, According to either the Federal Plan or theNational Plan: that by the latter Congress have GeneralPower to Provide for the Common Defense and GeneralWelfare of the United States; Direct Taxes are Taxes Directto the Several States, in Contrast with Duties Extendingthroughout the United States, which are Indirect Taxes tothe Several States; and the Limits of the Union arecoextensive with the Bounds of America.
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