Union & states' rights : a history and interpretation of interposition, nullification, and secession, 150 years after Sumter /
The third book in the & LAW series addresses the perpetual issue of state sovereignty in the federal union-'states' rights. From the 1770s, through the Confederate states' secession, and continuing until now, a central issue of governance is state power to object to, cancel, or be...
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