When Jefferson ran for president in 1800, he made it clear that he supported strict construction, original intent jurisprudence, federalism, and statesâ€™ rights
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the federal government is not the source of our freedom; the states have the duty to resist the encroachments of federal usurpation; and freedom can be restored when the Confederate Republic is restored.
Jefferson argues against exclusive judiciary construction; he felt it would undermine the principle of checks and balances
The purpose of law is to protect the rights of individuals against the excesses of the state. An oppressive judicial system punishes individuals by taking away their freedoms, starting with the right to vote.
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