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What happened to the 10th Amendment?

September 20, 2009
Bob Unruh

When the Constitution was being considered for ratification, Boldin noted, there was opposition from famous figures, including Patrick Henry.

“One major reason for this was a fear of too much power,” said Boldin. “The founding generation spent their lives toiling under a tyranny – a government without limits. When the Constitution was written, it was done to limit the power of government. It was created under the principle of popular sovereignty – that ‘We the People’ created the government, and all powers not delegated to it, were retained.”

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