The Sovereign States: Notes of a Citizen of Virginia

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Ableman, United States Marshal: in Wisconsin case, 213-214
Adair, John, Governor of Kentucky: denounces Supreme Court in land controversy, 164
Adams, John: role in Allen-Sedition affair, 63; attacked by editors, 67-69
Agricultural Adjustment Act, 245-246
Agricultural Marketing Agreement Act, 251
Alabama: resists protective tariff, 176; adopts act as to Negro Seamen, 203; legislature of, denounces judicial legislation, 305
Alien Enemies Act (of 1798), 64
Alien Friends Act of 1798, 65
Arkansas: feuds with Ohio as to fugitive slaves, 209; approves doctrine of interposition, 306
Arnold, Benedict, 104
Articles of Confederation: provisions reviewed, 10-13
Bache, Benjamin: edited Aurora in Philadelphia, 1798, 67-68
Bachelder, General George W.: commands troops in Maine, 208
Baldwin, Luther: arrested and tried for sedition. 70
Bank of the United States: protected from State taxation in McCulloch case, 33; in conflict with States, 47- 55; 144-158
Barbour, James: on Virginia Resolution, 83-84; quarrel with Georgia, 170
Beecher, Henry Ward, 268
Beveridge, Albert J,: sneered at State sovereignty, 10
Bill of Rights, 46. See Constitution of United States
Black, Justice Hugo: on limitations of Supreme Court, 274; in Tidelands case, 287 ff; upholds Federal control of trucking industry, 293; on Illi-
Black, Justice Hugo--Cont. nois proceedings for judicial review, 296-297
Bituminous Coal Conservation Act, 247-248
Blatchford, Justice Samuel: named to Supreme Court. 228
Booth, Sherman M.: Wisconsin editor in fugitive slave case, 213-214
Bradley, Justice Joseph P.: on right of secession, 222; named to Supreme Court, 227
Breckinridge, John: sponsors Kentucky resolution of 1798, 71
Brewster, Owen, 243
Bright, Michael, General: commander of Pennsylvania militia protecting defendants in Olmstead case, 110- 113
Brooke, Justice Francis T.: protests United States action in Fairfax lands case, 124
Brown, David: sentenced under Sedition Act. 70
Bryan, William Jennings: attacks Supreme Court in income tax case, 237-238
Burk, John Daly: edited New York Time Piece, sentenced under Sedition Act, 68
Butler, Elizur: figures in Georgia controversy, 173
Butler, Justice Harold O.: dissents in sedition case, 295; on judicial review in Illinois, 298; in Natural Gas case, 299; dissents in Slochower case, 301
Butler, Justice Pierce: objects to Federal control of labor relations, 249
Cabell, Judge William H., 121-124
Calhoun, John C.: on sovereignty, 14; supports Second Bank of the United States, 145; his role in nullification

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Preface v
  • Contents vii
  • Introduction ix
  • Part 1 - The Sovereign States 1
  • 3 - The Articles of Confederation 8
  • 4 - "We the People" 10
  • 5 - The States in the Constitution 13
  • 6 - The Prophetic Mr. Henry 18
  • 7 - The States Ratify 28
  • Part 2 - The Right to Interpose 49
  • 3 - Debt Assumption 53
  • 4 - The Kentucky and Virginia Resolutions 58
  • 5 - Mr. Madison's Report of 1799 62
  • Part 3 - The States Fight Back * 99
  • 1 - The Olmstead Case 101
  • 3 - The Embargo Crisis 118
  • 4 - Matters of the Militia 132
  • 6 - The Hartford Convention 136
  • 7 - The Bank of the United States 139
  • 8 - Internal Improvements 144
  • 9 - Kentucky Vs. the Court 158
  • 10 - Georgia Vs. the Court 161
  • 11 - Calhoun and Nullification 174
  • 12 - The Case for Nullification 186
  • 14 - The Obligation of Contracts 199
  • 15 - After the War 216
  • 16- The Reconstruction Cases 222
  • 17 - The Commerce Clause (commenced) 231
  • 18 - Interlude in a Speakeasy 242
  • Part 4 - The States Today 253
  • 1 - The Southern States 255
  • 3 - Some Notes on Police Power 258
  • 4 - The Transcendent Issue 277
  • Notes 309
  • Table of Cases and Index 331
  • Table of Cases 333
  • Index 337
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