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" never expressed a doubt as to the duty and obligation upon him in his executive character to carry into execution any act of Congress regularly passed, whatever his own opinion might be of the constitutional question. "
Maryland Historical Magazine - Page 24
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The Supreme Court in United States History, Volume 2

Charles Warren - Law - 1922 - 551 pages
...the law, avowedly upon the ground that they believed it unconstitutional, notwithstanding the opinion previously pronounced by the judicial tribunals. But...own opinion might be of the constitutional question. All this discussion in 1832 as to Jackson's intention was, however, as has been above pointed out,...
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The Supreme Court in United States History, Volume 2

Charles Warren - Law - 1922 - 551 pages
...the law, avowedly upon the ground that they believed it unconstitutional, notwithstanding the opinion previously pronounced by the judicial tribunals. But...regularly passed, whatever his own opinion might be of tlie constitutional question. All this discussion in 1832 as to Jackson's intention was, however, as...
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The Path to and from the Supreme Court

Kermit Hall - Law - 2000 - 362 pages
...against a hill. . . . Out General Jackson never expressed a douht as to the duty and the ohligation upon him in his executive character to carry into...any act of Congress regularly passed, whatever his opinion might he of the constitutional question." Taney's interpretation after the fact seems acceptahle....
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