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‘Founders Corner’

Blackstone: Of The King’s Duties

Blackstone: Of The King’s Duties

FOUNDERS CORNER LIBRARY, MAJOR WORKS Commentaries on the Laws of England (Vol. 1 of 4), Chapter 6. 1765-1769 I PROCEED next to the duties, incumbent on the king by our constitution; in consideration of which duties his dignity and prerogative are established by the laws of the land: it being a maxim in the law, that protection and [...]

For the Sake of Party or Principle?

For the Sake of Party or Principle?

LIBERTY LETTERS WITH STEVE FARRELL Thomas Jefferson and John Adams had different points of view on a few subjects. One significant point of departure, at least in Adams' mind, was on the supposed benefits of party spirit. Jefferson informed the Adamses (John and Abigail) on more than one occasion that there were two kinds of spirit always [...]

Daniel Webster On Constitutional Liberty

Daniel Webster On Constitutional Liberty

FOUNDERS CORNER LIBRARY: SPEECHES, PAMPHLETS, QUOTES, LETTERS ... The first object of a free people is the preservation of their lib­erty; and liberty is only to be pre­served by maintaining constitu­tional restraints and just divisions of political power. Nothing is more deceptive or more danger­ous than the pretence of a desire to [...]

Federalist Papers No. 76, Alexander Hamilton

Federalist Papers No. 76, Alexander Hamilton

FOUNDERS CORNER, MAJOR WORKS Tuesday, April 1, 1788 President's Appointment Power with Advice and Consent of Senate THE President is "to nominate, and, by and with the advice and consent of the Senate, to appoint ambassadors, other public ministers and consuls, judges of the Supreme Court, and all other officers of the United [...]

INSTRUCTIONS OF THE TOWN OF BOSTON TO ITS REPRESENTATIVES IN THE GENERAL COURT. MAY, 1764.

INSTRUCTIONS OF THE TOWN OF BOSTON TO ITS REPRESENTATIVES IN THE GENERAL COURT. MAY, 1764.

FOUNDERS CORNER LIBRARY: LETTERS, SAMUEL ADAMS May 24, 1764 TO ROYALL TYLER JAMES OTIS THOMAS CUSHING & OXENBRIDGE THACHER ESQ INSTRUCTIONS OF THE TOWN OF BOSTON TO ITS REPRESENTATIVES IN THE GENERAL COURT. MAY, 1764.1 The Com'" appointed ye 15 day of May to prepare Instructions for the Representatives report the following [...]

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