The southern aristocracy actually scorned nullification to such an extent that notable Confederate leaders wrote of its alarming affect, and distanced themselves from such principles. Leading confederates – in their own words – attacked and denounced nullification. Learn the truth.
Monthly Archives: January 2014
Surely the “Sage of Monticello” and the “Father of the Constitution” had something of importance to say about the Constitution as compared to nine well-connected lawyers sitting on an expansive court, determined to settle every question for all time for a populace of 310 million, far removed from any kind of recourse by the people, over 220 years later.