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CONSTITUTIONAL GUIDE STATE SOVEREIGNTY & INDIVIDUAL LIBERTY


This book "Constitutional Guide to State Sovereignty & Individual Liberty" contains references, quotes, and excerpts about the Constitution and the Founding Fathers’ views on states’ rights and individual liberty. At your fingertips are informative quotes from the Founding Fathers about state sovereignty (chapter 1), the Articles of Confederation (chapter 2), James Madison’s Virginia Resolution of 1798 (chapter 3), and Thomas Jefferson’s Kentucky Resolution of 1798 (chapter 4). George Mason’s Virginia Declaration of Rights (chapter 5) served as a framework for the Bill of Rights to the United States Constitution. In the Rights of the Colonists (chapter 6), Samuel Adams outlined the rights of the colonists and the natural state of man, which is to be independent. There are many more chapters contained in this book.

Chapter 1 - Founding Fathers Quotes on State Sovereignty & Individual Liberty

The Founders set up a system of checks and balances in which power was divided between the federal and state governments. Within the federal government, power was divided among three branches: executive, judicial, and legislative. The legislative branch of the federal government consisted of the House of Representatives, which was elected directly by the people, and the Senate, which originally was elected by the state legislatures.

Chapter 2 - Articles of Confederation

The Articles of Confederation was an agreement among the 13 sovereign states to form a union, which went into effect on March 1, 1781, after the end of the Revolutionary War. In the Articles, the 13 states agreed to secure the union as a league of friendship among the sovereign states to allow money to be raised for the purposes of their common defense and to secure their liberties and welfare, while protecting the freedom, sovereignty, and independence of each state.

Chapter 3 - Virginia Resolution of 1798

The Virginia Resolution written by James Madison in 1798 described the role of the states and their authority to nullify unconstitutional acts not enumerated in the Federal Constitution. Madison indicated that federal powers not delegated in the Constitution were null and void and were thus reserved to the states.


ISBN # 978-1466440623
Cost: $9.99
Size: 10 x 8 x 0.2 inches
Available at Amazon.com, constitutionliberty.com, and Kindle


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