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"Kentucky and the Constitution: Lessons From the 1790s for the 1990s," 85 Ky. L.J. 1 (1997)

Abstract

When most people hear the word "Kentucky," they think of Daniel Boone, kindly Colonels, bourbon and branchwater, and, of course, the Derby. But constitutIonal scholars - or at least some of us - are an odd lot. When I hear the word ''Kentucky,'' the first things I think of are the 1798 Virginia and Kentucky Resolves. In fact, in recent months, I've been thinking a lot about the Virginia and Kentucky Resolves. Let me tell you why.

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1997

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