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" A Federal Union, in short, will form one State in relation to other powers, but many States as regards its internal administration. This complete division of sovereignty we may look upon as essential to the absolute perfection of the Federal Ideal. "
History of Federal Government: From the Foundation of the Achaian League to ... - Page 4
by Edward Augustus Freeman - 1863 - 721 pages
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History of Federal Government: From the Foundation of the Achaian ..., Volume 1

Edward Augustus Freeman - Federal government - 1863 - 721 pages
...members of the Union will be diplomatically unknown to foreign nations, which will never be called unon to deal with any power except the Central Government!...perfection of the Federal ideal. But that ideal is oue so very refined and artificial, that it seems not to have been attained more than four or five...
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citizenship, sovereignty

j.s. wright - 1863
...upon to deal with any power except the Central Government. A Federal Union, in short, will unknown. form one State in relation to other powers, but many...division of sovereignty, we may look upon as essential Sovereignty to the absolute perfection of the Federal ideal. But that ideal is one so very refined...
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Citizenship sovereignty

John Stephen Wright, John Holmes Agnew - Slavery - 1863 - 208 pages
...existen» 'with any power except the Central Government A Federal Union, in short, will unknown. . form one State in relation to other powers, but many...division of sovereignty, we may look upon as essential Sovereignty to the absolute perfection of the Federal ideal. But that ideal is one so very refined...
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CITIZENSHIP SOVERNREIGNTY

J.S. WRIGHT - 1863
...gtate existence with any power except the Central Government. A Federal Union, in short, will unknown, form one State in relation to other powers, but many...division of sovereignty, we may look upon as essential Sovereignty to the absolute perfection of the Federal ideal. But that ideal is one so very refined...
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Citizenship Sovereignty

J. S. Wright - 1864
...stnte existence with any power except the Central Government. A Federal Union, in short, will unknown. form one State in relation to other powers, but many...division of sovereignty, we may look upon as essential Sovereignty to the absolute perfection of the Federal ideal. But that ideal is one so very refined...
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A plea for the home government of Ireland

John George MacCarthy - Home rule - 1871 - 201 pages
...be called on to deal with any powers except the central Government. A Federal union in short forms one state in relation to other powers, but many states as regards its internal administration Thus, the City of Megalopolis in old times, the State of New York, or the Canton of Zurich now, has...
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Der Bundesstaat: Eine Historisch-dogmatische Untersuchung Von Siegfried Brie ...

Siegfried Brie - Federal government - 1874 - 203 pages
...Auch das Deutsche Wort „Bundesstaat" ist ihm bekannt (S. 259 N. 3). 108 Vgl. namentlich auch S. 4: „This complete division of sovereignty we may look...essential to the absolute perfection of the Federal ideal" und S. 15: „The sovereignty is, in fact, divided; the Government of the Federation and the Government...
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Proceedings of the Royal Colonial Institute, Volume 12

Royal Commonwealth Society - Colonies - 1881
...members of the Union will bo diplomatically unknown to foreign nations, which will never be called npon to deal with any power except the central government....essential to the absolute perfection of the Federal idea." fragments of the wreck. It is, therefore, obvious that unless some great injury to their individual...
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Proceedings of the Royal Colonial Institute, Volume 12

Royal Empire Society, London - Colonies - 1881
...any power except the central government. A Federal Union, in short, will form one Stnte in relntion to other powers, but many States as regards its internal...sovereignty we may look upon as essential to the absolute rerfe 'tiou of the Federal idea." fragments of the wreck. It is, therefore, obvious that unless some...
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On the Political Relations of Mother Countries and Colonies: A Paper Read at ...

Frederick Young - Colonies - 1883 - 23 pages
...by each member surpasses anything which can fairly come under the head of merely municipal freedom. A Federal Union, in short, will form one State in...complete division of sovereignty, we may look upon (he says) as essential to the perfection of the Federal idea." With this quotation I finish. I might...
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