While I agree with Publius on the nature of the Federalist Papers, I disagree with his apparent blanket condemnation of states rights. The Founding Fathers, while seeking to reign in state legislatures for their iniquities, they still conceded that the states had rights. If the people of this country find this abhorent, they can always amend the Constitution.
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