constitution that never was how the American people have been conned by lawyers by Ralph Boryszewski

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Published by R. Boryszewski in [Rochester, N.Y.] (P.O. Box 17699, Rochester 14617) .

Written in English

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  • United States.,
  • United States

Subjects:

  • Practice of law -- Corrupt practices -- United States.,
  • Justice, Administration of -- United States.,
  • Law -- United States -- Anecdotes.

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Includes index.

Book details

StatementRalph Boryszewski.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsK184 .B67 1995
The Physical Object
Paginationxviii, 336 p. ;
Number of Pages336
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL553369M
LC Control Number96135254

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Slavery is never mentioned in the Constitution, but there are 11 clauses that allude to its existence. Of th 10 protect slavery and the power of slaveholders. There are three blatant examples of slavery's existence in the Constitution. Though the first edition of this book () rapidly established itself as a sound collection of source material and a comprehensive analysis of the government of England in the sixteenth century, the astonishing amount of work done, by many hands including the author's, in the last twenty years has rendered a revision very necessary.

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Since Obama put in a transitional policy to hand over power that never was fulfilled he is still in power as the President of the UNITED STATES corporation with a government FOR the people. I wrote a book I finished and I. While sophisticated eloquence was never a distinguishing quality of this particular president, it’s worth pointing out that Trump was asked to read a section of the Constitution — presumably from a teleprompter — not to recite it from memory.

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None are truly revolutionary, in the way the Constitution was to the Articles of Confederation. In fact, the Constitution has no provision, directly, for full-scale change. There is, however, the concept of the Amendment Convention as noted in Article 5. The power or limits of such a convention are unknown because there has never been one.

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