Thomas Woods examines the legal theory of nullification, the belief that a state has the ability to void a federal law it deems unconstitutional,… read more
Thomas Woods examines the legal theory of nullification, the belief that a state has the ability to void a federal law it deems unconstitutional, and presents his thoughts on how the theory could be used to repeal recently passed legislation by the Obama administration. The author contends that states play a vital role in placing constraints on the power of the federal government. Thomas Woods presented his book at The North Dakota Policy Council’s 3rd annual Free Market Forum, held at the Fargo Air Museum. After his presentation he and former Representative Goldwater responded to questions submitted by members of the audience. close
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Barry M. Goldwater Jr. U.S. Representative (Former) [R] California
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