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What happened to the 10th Amendment?

September 20, 2009
Bob Unruh
9/17/2009

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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