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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 9. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), State sovereignty-forgotten testimony. (search)
dmirable argument exposing the absurdity of Judge Story's theory, that the Declaration of Independecles of Confederation, which instrument, if Judge Story's theory be correct, was, as Mr. Davis pertgered in the reader's mind, even if he were Judge Story redivivus; who, it is clear to my mind, (ifually disposed of our imaginary disciple of Judge Story I will now go back to the subject that was in was; and it of course utterly demolishes Judge Story's theory (attempted to be based on an exprehe Declaration of Independence, entertained Judge Story's theory as based on the phrase one people?ers of the Declaration, if they entertained Judge Story's theory respecting the sovereignty of thatcting in almost every line the theory which Judge Story foisted upon a deluded [Northern] people? o be made respecting that political myth of Judge Story's, the one whole people, or We the people [ the United States. What becomes now of Judge Story's one whole people as a political community[1 more...]