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  • § 20.1. Separation of Powers Checks and Balances. § 20.1.1 Having Some Constitutional Government Structure in Place and Operating. § 20.1.1.1 Ensuring the Continuity of Government. § 20.1.1.2 The 1781 Articles of Confederation and Their Replacement by the 1789 Constitution. § 20.1.1.3 Amending the United States Constitution. § 20.1.2 Issues in the Election of Members of the Federal Government. § 20.1.2.1 Presidential Election. § 20.1.2.2 Congressional Elections. § 20.1.3 Impeachment Power of Congress. § 20.1.4 Immunities from Suit . § 20.1.4.1 Congressional Immunities: The Arrest and Speech or Debate Clauses. § 20.1.4.2 Executive Immunities. A. The President. B. Immunity for Lower Federal Officials. § 20.1.4.3 Judicial Immunity and Congressional Interference with the Courts. § 20.1.4.4 ...

    ... executive immunities; has developed doctrines regarding judicial immunities; and has adopted ... provides, based on the text of the Supremacy Clause, Article VI, § 2, that federal law is ...

  • Clearly, both groups have been victimized by privileged White males. Therefore, it's surprising that [Gloria Steinem] and [Geraldine Ferraro] are directing their anger at African Americans rather than at White men. In her column, Steinem complained, "Black men were given the vote a half-century before women of any race were allowed to mark a ballot (translation: even before White women), and generally have ascended to positions of power, from the military to the boardroom, before any women (with the possible exception of obedient family members in the latter). In fact, including (White) women as a protected class was proposed by Howard W. Smith, a conservative Virginia Democrat who chaired the House Rules Committee, as a ploy to defeat a bill Smith opposed. The Congressional Record not...

    ..."The doctrine of White supremacy, used to support the ...

  • § 17.1 Foundations of . § 17.1.1 The Nature and Basis of . § 17.1.2 During the Original Natural Law Era: 1789-1873. § 17.1.2.1 Marbury v. Madison versus the Tripartite Theory of . § 17.1.2.2 Martin v. Hunter's Lessee and Federal Court Supremacy. § 17.1.3.1 During the Formalist Era: 1873-1937. § 17.1.3.2 During the Holmesian Era: 1937-1954. § 17.1.3.3 During the Instrumentalist Era: 1954-1986. § 17.1.3.4 During the Modern Natural Law Era: 1986-Today. § 17.1.4 Evaluation of . § 17.2 The Jurisdiction of the Federal Courts. § 17.2.1 Federal Jurisdiction: What Article III Provides. § 17.2.2 Types of Cases for Which Federal Jurisdiction Exists. § 17.2.2.1...

    ...Hunter's Lessee established the modern doctrine of judicial review. Between 1873 and 1937, ...

  • ...The Court of Appeals also held that the doctrine of intergovernmental tax immunity did not render ... burdens is therefore provided by the Supremacy Clause of the Federal Constitution, the doctrine ...

  • ... in a series of principles or doctrines, the application of which determines whether an ... Finally, the Chief Justice noticed the supremacy clause, which gave the Constitution precedence ...

  • was a predominantly Black town in Florida that experienced one of the most vicious massacres of Black people in America early in the 20th century. That the massacre was not widely reported was partly because of the racial atmosphere at that time and a similar massacre that had taken place a year earlier in Greenwood District known as "the Black Wall Street," in Tulsa, Oklahoma, that was called "the Tulsa Holocaust." Such incidents seemed so commonplace that a continuous pattern of murdering Blacks was prevalent throughout the country, making "secret" organizations like the Ku Klux Klan, the Night Riders and later on the White Citizens' Council so powerful, they did not really have to be secret. It appeared that race relations between Black's and Whites were strained: Blacks, re...

    ...The doctrine of White supremacy-a belief in the inherent ...

  • The Justice Department filed suit Tuesday against Arizona, charging that the state's new immigration law is unconstitutional and requesting a preliminary injunction to stop the legislation from taking effect. The lawsuit says the law illegally intrudes on federal prerogatives, invoking as its main argument the legal doctrine of "preemption," which is based on the Constitution's supremacy clause and says that federal law trumps state statutes. The Justice Department argues that enforcing immigration laws is a federal responsibility and says an injunction is needed to prevent "irreparable harm" to the United States.

  • ... suit asserting, among other things, the Supremacy Clause claim that the cigarette advertising ..., concern the Supremacy Clause and the doctrine of pre-emption as applied in a case where ...

  • Postconviction - Constitutional Law/Civil;The trial court properly declined to entertain a second petition for postconviction relief, when the petitioner was not unavoidably prevented from discovering the facts underlying the claims set forth in the second petition, and when the claims were not predicated upon a new or retrospectively applicable federal or state right recognized since the filing of his first petition. The trial court properly rejected a challenge to the constitutionality of R.C. 2953.23(A)(2): the jurisdictional requirements imposed by the statute do not violate the Supremacy Clause of the U.S. Constitution, the doctrine of separation of powers, or the “due course of law” and “open courts” guarantees in Section 16, Article I of the Ohio Constitution.

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