As he prepared to leave office, President George Washington was concerned about the partisan and martial path the young republic he helped found was heading down.
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in studying the record of the debates and resolutions made at the Constitutional Convention of 1787 one discovers that the array of powers granted to the president in the Constitution were approved by the delegates to the convention with the understanding that the president would be elected by Congress and would not be eligible for re-election.
What part of “shall not be infringed” is so hard to understand?
We were warned, says Brion McClanahan
The Anti-U.S. Origins of a Key Argument Against Letting the People Vote on Laws and Taxes
Neat Stuff We Learn About the Constitution When We Go Beyond The Federalist Papers
Taking a look at the journal of the Constitutional Convention for Monday August 20, 1787
Limited government endangered in Colorado?
Yes, the Supreme Court’s Medicaid Decision was Good Contract Law
The first organized opposition to a tyrannical government in the colonies came in 1764 in the form of the Committees of Correspondence.
A blow to republican plans to federalize medical malpractice law
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