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" The poor should have a bulwark against the same dangers and oppressions; and this can never be without a house of representatives of the people. But neither the rich nor the poor can be defended by their respective guardians in the constitution, without... "
A Defence of the Constitutions of Government of the United States of America ... - Página 294
por John Adams - 1794
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The Works of John Adams, Second President of the United States ..., Volumen6

John Adams, Charles Francis Adams - 1851
...can be defended by their respective guardians in the constitution, without an executive power, vested with a negative, equal to either, to hold the balance...them, and decide when they cannot agree. If it is asked, When will this negative be used ? it may be answered, Perhaps never. The known existence of...
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The Political Science of John Adams: A Study in the Theory of Mixed ...

Correa Moylan Walsh - 1915 - 374 páginas
..."can be defended by their respective guardians in the constitution, without an executive power, vested with a negative, equal to either, to hold the balance even between them" (vi. 65). These views he held to the end. " Two such parties," he later wrote, "always will exist,...
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Financial History of the United States

Paul Studenski, Herman Edward Krooss - 1952 - 544 páginas
...can be defended by their respective guardians in the constitution without any executive power, vested with a negative, equal to either, to hold the balance...between them, and decide when they cannot agree." (Ibid., Vol. Ill, p. 294.) 3 The Massachusetts constitutional convention declared that those who did...
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The Californian, Volumen5

1882
...can be defended by their respective guardians in the Constitution without an executive power, vested with a negative equal to either, to hold the balance...between them, and decide when they cannot agree." To the question interposed by himself, "When will this negative be used?" Mr. Adams also himself answered,...
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