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" Jackson's act as coming out of "his rights and his duty, when acting as a part of the legislative power, and not of his right or duty, as an executive officer. For, when a bill is presented to him and he is to decide whether, by his approval, it shall... "
Maryland Historical Magazine - Page 23
edited by - 1915
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Life of Roger Brooke Taney: chief justice of the United States Supreme Court

Bernard Christian Steiner - Judges - 1922 - 553 pages
...unconstitutional, even if the Supreme Court decided otherwise." Taney distinguished Jackson's act as coming out of "his rights and his duty, when acting as a part...a bill. If he has firmly made up his mind that the pro22 Taney read and approved the veto message before it was sent in. 10 Md. Hist. Mag. 24. posed law...
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The Path to and from the Supreme Court

Kermit Hall - Law - 2000 - 362 pages
...approval, it shall hecome law or not, his power or duty is as purely legislative as that of a memher of Congress, when he is called on to vote for or against a hill. . . . Out General Jackson never expressed a douht as to the duty and the ohligation upon him...
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