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The Men Who Destroyed the Constitution by Thomas DiLorenzo « AMERICAN BLOGGER: GUNNY.G ~ WEBLOG.EMAIL

In his 1850 Disquisition on Government, John C. Calhoun argued that a written constitution would never be sufficient to contain the plundering proclivities of a central government. Some mechanisms for assuring consensus among the citizens of the states regarding “federal” … Continue reading

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(“Our country is too large to have all its affairs conducted by a single government.”) America’s Supreme Judicial Dictatorship by Thomas DiLorenzo

“The War between the States established . . . this principle, that the federal government is, through its courts, the final judge of its own powers.” ~ Woodrow Wilson, Constitutional Government in the United States, p. 178 Eighteenth- and nineteenth-century … Continue reading

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The Men Who Destroyed the Constitution by Thomas DiLorenzo

In his 1850 Disquisition on Government, John C. Calhoun argued that a written constitution would never be sufficient to contain the plundering proclivities of a central government. Some mechanisms for assuring consensus among the citizens of the states regarding “federal” … Continue reading

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