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    Nullification: How to Resist Federal Tyranny in the 21st Century
    - Thomas E. Woods Jr

    State vs. Federal: The Nullification Movement
    Because the Supreme Court has for many years interpreted the Constitution in a manner to further empower the federal government, states are moving to take power back from the feds through a growing and vibrant nullification movement. By Patrick Krey

    Nullification in a Nutshell
    The modern-day nullification movement has as its genesis the principle of federalism and the writings of James Madison and Thomas Jefferson, in particularly the famous Kentucky and Virginia Resolutions of 1798, supporting the right of states to nullify unconstitutional federal usurpations. By Patrick Krey

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    Done. Have to support my local government doing right by us.
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