The Law-Making Power, 3 Northwestern Law Review 39 (1894)
The law-making power of the state is the governing power of the state. It is the power to make laws, and to alter and repeal them. It is the power to regulate civil conduct; to promote by good laws the welfare of the subject, or by bad laws to provoke calamity and ruin.
Date of Authorship for this Version
Rogers, Henry Wade, "The Law-Making Power" (1894). Faculty Scholarship Series. 4082.