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Nullification vs. Article V Constitutional Convention: Where is the Honest and Open Discussion?

            by Diane Rufino, January 5, 2014 When the original 13 states came together to discuss the possibility of establishing a confederacy, at the urging of Benjamin Franklin (“Join or Die”), they did so with … Continue reading

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A Review of Federalism: The Significance of James Madison’s Report of 1800

A Review of Federalism:  The significance of James Madison’s Report of 1800 in Transforming the 10th Amendment into the Predominant Provision Recognized by the Courts in Protecting Federalism by Diane Rufino, December 8, 2013 **  This article is taken almost … Continue reading

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