Federal Constitution

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  • We rule this country as provided for in the federal constitution.
  • It was not called upon to do so by anything in the Federal Constitution. Cited from Children of the Market Place, by Edgar Lee Masters
  • Such is not the case with the government organized under the Federal Constitution. Cited from The Promise Of American Life, by Herbert David Croly
  • This is the case of our new federal constitution. Cited from The Writings of Thomas Jefferson, Vol. 2 (of 4), ed. by T. J. Randolph
  • It is by no means a matter of Federal constitution. Cited from North America, Vol. 1, by Anthony Trollope
  • Individual states can provide more rights under their own laws than the Federal Constitution requires.
  • From the beginning the alliance was supposed to become a nation state with a federal constitution.
  • This constitution was far less liberal than the federal constitution of the German Empire.
  • He also usually refused to apply the federal Constitution to the states.
  • He was the first to suggest a federal constitution for the United States. Cited from Lectures Of Col. Ingersoll, V2,R. G. Ingersoll
  • The Federal Constitution did not deal with the question of religious liberty. Cited from Lectures on Modern history, by Baron John Emerich Edward Dalberg Acton
  • It has been said that the Federal Constitution of the United States has failed. Cited from Canada and the States, by Edward William Watkin
  • A Federal constitution must, from its very nature, be marked by the following characteristics. Cited from England's Case Against Home Rule, by Albert Venn Dicey
  • This was especially the case prior to the adoption of the federal constitution. Cited from Sustained honor, by John R. Musick
  • They have none, as long as the Federal Constitution is the supreme law of the land. Cited from A Review of Uncle Tom's Cabin, by A. Woodward
  • The protection of your property rights under the Federal Constitution. Cited from Problems in American Democracy, by T. Williamson
  • It is the Federal Constitution that makes the division of powers between the nation and the separate states. Cited from A School History of the United States, by John Bach McMaster
  • What does the Federal Constitution say concerning the structure of the Federal courts? Cited from Problems in American Democracy, by T. Williamson
  • Whether or not federal entities have treaty-making power is based on the federal constitution.
  • You ask me in your letter, what ameliorations I think necessary in our federal constitution. Cited from The Writings of Thomas Jefferson, Vol. 6, ed. by Lipscomb and Bergh
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