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Nullification Reconsidered

April 11, 2009
Clyde Wilson

With the destructive evil of centralized power becoming every day more evident and 10th Amendment resolutions appearing in various State capitals, publication this month of the second volume of Professor W. Kirk Wood’s magisterial three-volume Nullification: A Constitutional History, 1776-1833 is serendipitous.

For the first time in a half century and long past due, serious people are beginning to search for ways that the famous “checks and balances” of the American constitutional order might be invoked against a regime which recognizes no limits to its power. Such a search leads naturally to a new look at accepted history and “law.” Prof. Wood, whose knowledge of the primary documents of early American history is astounding and incomparable, has marshaled overwhelming evidence on the matter.

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