Virginia Resolutions of 1798 : Pronouncing the Alien and Sedition Laws to be Unconstitutional, and Defining the Rghts of the States

By: Madison, James

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Book Condition: Good


Disbound from a larger volume. Pages held together by remnants of earlier binding. Last page detached. Pages have toning and foxing. ; 8vo 8" - 9" tall; 82 pages; This seems to be an early printing of James Madison's essay for the state of Virginia along with responses to it. Also included is the Kentucky resolution on the same subject which was authored by Jefferson. Both Madison and Jefferson argued that states could declare Federal laws to be unconstitutional. This is an early printing of material related to the controversy. However, please note that this is a disbound portion of a larger publication. This disbound document is not dated, so 1850 is a guess.

Title: Virginia Resolutions of 1798 : Pronouncing the Alien and Sedition Laws to be Unconstitutional, and Defining the Rghts of the States

Author Name: Madison, James

Categories: American History,

Publisher: Not Stated, Not Stated: 1850

Binding: Softcover

Book Condition: Good

Seller ID: 13669

Keywords: Virginia Kentucky American History Paper Alien And Sedition Paper