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  1. Confederalism It is commonly assumed that sovereignty is indivisible and hence that in any polity there has to be an institution able to claim ultimate political authority. By implication,...

  2. Paper presented at the European Union Studies Association Biennial Conference, May 17-19, in Montreal, Canada. Auer, Andreas. 2007. National Referendums in the Process of European Integration: Time for a Change. In The European Constitution and National Constitutions: Ratification and Beyond, ed. Anneli Albi and Jacques Ziller, 261-72.

  3. Jul 04, 2016 · On July Fourth, the people of the United States extravagantly celebrate the high-blown expressions on human rights that Thomas Jefferson penned in the Declaration of Independence especially the...

  4. Abstract. Contrary to popularly espoused views in media and policy circles, the underpinnings of US foreign policy find basis not only in the country’s liberal value system, but also in a deeply ...

  5. three major events have had a major influence upon this process of change: first, the late 1990s asian financial crisis, which put the credibility of pure market-based approaches to the sternest of tests; second, the ongoing rise of the chinese economy as part of a broader regional economic success story, one characterized by development …

  6. www.redhill.org › 10 › RH_2016_Summer-08/17/2016News From Red Hill

    Patrick Henry was the acknowledged leader of the Anti-Federalists in Virginia. Yet, these factions were not true par- ties and disappeared once the Consti- tution was ratified. With the forma- tion of the new government, Patrick Henry wrote George Washington that he had “bid adieu to the distinction of federal and anti-federal.”

  7. IV, Sec. 4 (that is, of selecting our leaders at the local, county, state, and federal levels) has its origins in Exodus 18:21 ( “select capable men from all the people…as officials over thousands, hundreds, fifties, and tens”) and also Deuteronomy 1:13. In fact, Noah Webster (the Founder personally responsible for Art.

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