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  • jm367
    No, the people of the several states are not sovereign in the sense of sovereign in the laws of England. In other senses, they are to the extent they have not
    Message 1 of 1 , Jun 30, 2005
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      No, the people of the several states are not sovereign in the sense of
      sovereign in the laws of England.

      In other senses, they are to the extent they have not made themselves subject.
      The constructions on this question actually vary fom state to state and the federal have different constructions than that. All sovereigns exist within the limitations of power imposed by the existence of greater soveeigns.


      paradoxmagnus wrote:

      Aren't the People of the several States SOVEREIGN?
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