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United States - 1945
..."It la a familiar rule of construction of the Constitution of the Union, that the sovereign powers vested In the State governments by their respective...were granted to the government of the United States. That the Intention of the framers of the Constitution in this respect might not be misunderstood, this...
United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on the Judiciary - 1948 - 1703 Seiten
...granted to Hie United States were reserved to the States or to the people, and that the sovereign jxiwers vested in the State governments by their respective constitutions remained unaltered and unimpaired. Furthermore, the Thirteen Original States, in forming the Union, attached importance to the vesting...