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The Reconstruction Congress

For earlier fruits of this study, see generally David P. Currie, The Constitution in Con- gress: The Federalist Period, 1789-1801 (Chicago 1997); David P. Currie, The Constitution in. Congress: The Jeffersonians, 1801-1829 (Chicago 2001); David P. Currie, The Constitution in. Congress: Democrats and Whigs, 1829- 1861 ...

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The Province and Duty of the Political Departments

The Constitution in Congress: The Federalist Period, 1789-1801. David P. Currie. The University of Chicago Press, 1997. Pp v, 327. The discussion apparently took up most of the legislative day. The issue before the House of Representatives involved a proposal to prohibit the involvement of certain federal revenue agents  ...

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The Civil War Congress

For these earlier installments, see generally David P. Currie, The Constitution in Con- gress: The Federalist Period, 1789-1801 (Chicago 1997); David R Currie, The Constitution in. Congress: The Jeffersonians, 1801-1829 (Chicago 2001); David P. Currie, The Constitution in. Congress: Democrats and Whigs, 1829- 1861 ...

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The Constitution in Congress: Jefferson and the West, 1801-1809

That was true of the Federalist period, the first twelve years ... See DAVID P. CURRiE, THE CONSTITUTION IN CONGRESS: THE FEDERALIST PE- .... ( amended 1789). Nor was there any report of Senate disapproval, or of presentation of a disapproval order to the president, which Article I, Section 7 of the Constitution.

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1 The United States Senate: An Institutional Bibliography 1789

Currie, David P. The Constitution in Congress: The Federalist Period 1789-1801. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1997. Currie, David P. The Constitution in Congress : the Jeffersonians, 1801-1829. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2001. Greenfield, Kent. "Original Penumbras: Constitutional Interpretation in the ...

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Recovering American Administrative Law: Federalist Foundations

Apr 10, 2006 ... Those enigmatic departments would be whatever authorities the Congress decided to create.34 The Senate must agree to the President's appointment of the relations.” DAVID P. CURRIE, THE CONSTITUTION IN CONGRESS: THE FEDERALIST PERIOD. 1789-1801, at 45 (1997). 30. U.S. CONST. art.

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Recovering the Congresses' Constitution

May 8, 2013 ... Recovering the Congresses' Constitution. David P Currie, The Constitution in Congress: The Federalist Period,. 1789-1801. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1997. Pp. xv, 327. $32.50. The history of constitutional interpretation is often seen as synonymous with the history of the Supreme Court.

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THE JUDICIARY ACT OF 1789 Enacted on September 24, 1789, the

Enacted on September 24, 1789, the Judiciary Act of 1789 (the “Act”) is one of the most important pieces of legislation Congress ever passed. The Act performed three functions. First, it clarified Article III of the United States Constitution by creating a hierarchical federal court system. Second, it declared the Supreme Court ...

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THE CONSTITUTION'S CONGRESS

what sort of people does the Constitution expect to serve in Congress and how does it expect those ... the federal legislature, executive, and judiciary and used the term “branch” to describe the two Houses of ..... 38 DAVID P. CURRIE, THE CONSTITUTION IN CONGRESS: THE FEDERALIST PERIOD 1789-. 1801, at 14  ...

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POLITICAL SCIENCE 461 CONSTITUTIONAL LAW I FALL, 2015

how the Congress dealt with constitutional issues up until the Civil War. David Currie, THE CONSTITUTION AND CONGRESS: THE FEDERALIST PERIOD,. 1789-1801, (University of Chicago Press, 1997). David Currie, THE CONSTITUTION AND CONGRESS: THE JEFFERSONIANS,. 1801-1829, ( University of Chicago ...

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Lex Majoris Partis: How the Senate Can End the Filibuster on Any

Mar 16, 2014 ... Out of the Bottle, SLATE (Nov. 21, 2013, 5:38 PM), http://www.slate.com/blogs/ weigel/2013/11/. 21/ senate_goes_for_nuclear_option_and_nothing_will_ever_be_the_same.html. 1. See, e.g., DAVID P. CURRIE, THE CONSTITUTION IN CONGRESS: THE FEDERALIST. PERIOD 1789–1801 (1997).

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The Federalist Era

From 1789 to 1801, national leaders grappled with questions relating to ... The Federalist Era began during George Washington's presidency ... Constitution. The Naming Controversy. Though Congress had serious work to attend to in its opening session, the. Senate's first major debate focused on how to address the  ...

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ON CONGRESS AND CONSTITUTIONAL RESPONSIBILITY

23 See generally DAVID P. CURRIE, THE CONSTITUTION IN CONGRESS: THE FEDERALIST. PERIOD (1997) (reviewing the history of congressional constitutional interpretation from. 1789 to 1801); CURRIE, THE JEFFERSONIANS, supra note 22 (reviewing the history of congressional constitutional interpretation from ...

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Ilya Somin

See, e.g., Alexander Hamilton, “Opinion on the Constitutionality of the Bank,” Feb. 23, 1791, in The Founders'. Constitution, Vol. 3, Philip B. Kurland & Ralph Lerner, eds., (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1987), 247-. 49. 15 See David Currie, The Constitution in Congress: The Federalist Period 1789-1801 (Chicago:  ...

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New Light on the Decision of 1789

See DAVID P. CURRIE, THE CONSTITUTION IN CONGRESS: THE FEDERALIST PERIOD. 1789-1801, at 41 n.240 (1997). 18 Id. at 41. Relying on Corwin and Currie, recent scholars reiterated the assertion that the executive- power theory lacked majority support in the House. See, e.g., Curtis A. Bradley & Martin S. Flaherty ...

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UNNATURAL BORN CITIZENS AND ACTING PRESIDENTS

The Constitution in Congress: The Federalist Period 1789-1801 at 143 n.lOO ( cited in note. 24) (same). 32. But see supra note 24 (regarding the limitation of Congressional power to des- ignate presidential successors to "Officer]s]"). On the other hand, the Constitution explicitly provides that an acting President as- sumes all ...

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David Currie and German Constitutional Law

(1990); DAVID P. CURRIE, THE CONSTITUTION IN CONGRESS: THE FEDERALIST PERIOD, 1789-1801 (1997);. DAVID P. CURRIE, THE CONSTITUTION IN CONGRESS: THE JEFFERSONIANS, 1801-1829 (2001); DAVID P. CURRIE, THE CONSTITUTION IN CONGRESS: DEMOCRATS AND WHIGS, 1829-1861 (2005); ...

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zA "Wild Irishman" Under Every Federalist s "Bed: Naturalization in

a wait-and-see attitude during the period that separated the election and the inauguration in hopes that Adams might ... Republicans: The Formation of Party. Organization, 1789-1801 (Chapel Hill, N. C, 1957), lll*. 33* .... The Federal Constitution of 1787 gave Congress the authority to make uniform laws for the regulation of ...

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Constitutional Foundations of Copyright and Patent in the First

May 8, 2014 ... 1789 and 1791 passed a series of momentous measures that still shape the contours of American constitutionalism. ... The First Congress not only passed organic acts that set up the federal judiciary, organized the ...... David P. Currie, The Constitution in Congress: The Federalist Period, 1789-1801 (1997).

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Separating Judicial Power

Mar 24, 1999 ... See DAVID P. CURRIE, THE CONSTITUTION IN CONGRESS: THE FEDERALIST PERIOD, 1789-. 1801, at 198-200 (1997). 25. Unless the President declares himself disabled, the initial determination is now made by the. Vice- President and a majority of the Cabinet, unless Congress otherwise provides by ...

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