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Clinton V. Jones: The King Has No Clothes (Nor Absolute Immunity To Boot), Christopher James Sears Oct 2018

Clinton V. Jones: The King Has No Clothes (Nor Absolute Immunity To Boot), Christopher James Sears

West Virginia Law Review

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Examining Entrenched Masculinities In The Republican Government Tradition, Jamie R. Abrams Sep 2011

Examining Entrenched Masculinities In The Republican Government Tradition, Jamie R. Abrams

West Virginia Law Review

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The "True" Right To Trial By Jury: The Founders' Formulation And Its Demise, John P. Mcclanahan Apr 2009

The "True" Right To Trial By Jury: The Founders' Formulation And Its Demise, John P. Mcclanahan

West Virginia Law Review

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The Federalist Papers As Reliable Historical Source Material For Constitutional Interpretation, Seth Barrett Tillman Apr 2003

The Federalist Papers As Reliable Historical Source Material For Constitutional Interpretation, Seth Barrett Tillman

West Virginia Law Review

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The Idea Of The Common Law In West Virginia Jurisprudential History: Morningstar V. Black & Decker Revisited, James Audley Mclaughlin Dec 2000

The Idea Of The Common Law In West Virginia Jurisprudential History: Morningstar V. Black & Decker Revisited, James Audley Mclaughlin

West Virginia Law Review

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The Jurisprudence Of Tradition And Justice Scalia's Unwritten Constitution, J. Richard Broughton Sep 2000

The Jurisprudence Of Tradition And Justice Scalia's Unwritten Constitution, J. Richard Broughton

West Virginia Law Review

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Remarks By U.S. Senator Robert C. Byrd The Constitution In Peril, Robert C. Byrd Dec 1998

Remarks By U.S. Senator Robert C. Byrd The Constitution In Peril, Robert C. Byrd

West Virginia Law Review

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Exclusion To Emancipation: A Comparative Analysis Of Women's Citizenship In Australia And The United States 1869-1921, Linda J. Kirk Apr 1995

Exclusion To Emancipation: A Comparative Analysis Of Women's Citizenship In Australia And The United States 1869-1921, Linda J. Kirk

West Virginia Law Review

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The Achilles Heel Of Constitutional Government In America: The Use And Abuse Of The Public Money Power, O. R. Mcguire Dec 1939

The Achilles Heel Of Constitutional Government In America: The Use And Abuse Of The Public Money Power, O. R. Mcguire

West Virginia Law Review

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Some Vital Principles Of The American Constitutional Government, John H. Hatcher Apr 1937

Some Vital Principles Of The American Constitutional Government, John H. Hatcher

West Virginia Law Review

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State And Nation In A Federal System, Louis B. Boudin Dec 1934

State And Nation In A Federal System, Louis B. Boudin

West Virginia Law Review

One of the fundamental problems in a federal system is the problem who should have the deciding voice in the question of the division of power between the State and the Nation. This problem is twofold: First: Is this question to be decided by the component "states" or by the nation or confederacy as a whole? Second: What organ - legislative, executive, or judicial, - should be entitled to speak in the name of the deciding authority, whether that be "state" or "nation"? It is generally assumed that the United States Constitution has solved this problem by giving the United States Supreme ...


God In The Constitution, Robert T. Donley Apr 1933

God In The Constitution, Robert T. Donley

West Virginia Law Review

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The Story Of The Constitution, C. H. Ambler Feb 1933

The Story Of The Constitution, C. H. Ambler

West Virginia Law Review

No abstract provided.