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The Constitution and the Report of 1800
What limits do the Constitution place on the federal government? What does “necessary and proper” mean? What can the federal government do to promote “common defense” and “general welfare?” Is the Supreme Court really supreme?
The Virginia Ratifying Convention and the Birth of the 10th Amendment
Learn the history behind the formation of the 10th at what was likely the most prominent ratifying convention.
The Jefferson Letters, Vol. 1: Kentucky and Virginia Resolutions
10 Letters Between Jefferson, James Madison and William Cary Nicholas shed light on their strategy for nullification.
The 14th Amendment and the Incorporation Doctrine
Dave Benner’s 24 page ebook gives you the tools you need to understand the complex issues.
The Great Gun Control War of the 20th Century
From 1917 through the 2008 District of Columbia v. Heller decision, this 12 page e-book recounts the gun debate that raged on at both the national and state level.
Smashing Myths: Understanding Madison’s Notes on Nullification
In Smashing Myths: Understanding Madison’s Notes on Nullification, Michael Maharrey digs deep into Madison’s 1835 exposition on nullification and reveals that the “Father of the Constitution” was not denying the legitimacy of nullification as understood in 1798 at all, but in fact, affirmed the principles.
Nullification Objections: Answering the Opposition
60 power-packed pages of information, this handbook will serve as your guide. From moral and historical objections, to statements from James Madison himself, Maharrey and Boldin give you the tools you need to refute the most common objections to nullification.
Our Last Hope: Rediscovering the Lost Path to Liberty
In Our Last Hope – Rediscovering the Lost Path to Liberty, Maharrey explores the moral, philosophical and historical case for nullification, places it in a 21st century context and shows why it truly does represent the last hope for liberty in America.