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SECTION 139. Federal power over Indians.

140. Congressional legislation....

141. Federal jurisdiction exclusive: Cherokee Nation v. Georgia.
142. Worcester v. Georgia ....
143. Naturalization of Indians by statute.
144. Disappearance of Indian tribal autonomy.

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CHAPTER XXII.

THE POWER OF THE UNITED STATES TO ACQUIRE TERRITORY.

SECTION 146. The right to annex based on the right to admit new States.

147. Annexation of Louisiana: Views of Jefferson.

148. Territories as embryo States..

149. Judicial Dicta: Taney's views.

150. Conclusions

151. The right to annex based on the treaty and war-making

powers ...

152. Power of the United States to alienate territory..

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CHAPTER XXIII.

THE MODES IN WHICII AND THE PURPOSES FOR WHICH TERRITORY MAY

BE ACQUIRED BY THE L'NITED STATES.

SECTION 153. Constitutional modes of acquiring territory..

154. Annexation by joint resolution....

155. Consent of inhabitants of annexed territory not required.

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CHAPTER XXIV.

THE CONSTITUTIONAL SOURCES OF POWER OF CONGRESS TO GOVERN THE

TERRITORIES.

SECTION 156. Power to govern territories not questioned...

157. Doctrines of the Dred Scott (ase.

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CHAPTER XXV.

TIE ESTEST OF THE POWER OF CONGRESS TO GOVERN THE TERRITORIES.

SECTION 158. Power to govern absolute.....

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159. Classes of Cerritorial governments..

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160. Constitutionality of these governments..

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161. Territorial governments are congressional governments... 369

CHAPTER XXVI.

TIE DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA.

SECTION 162. The government of the District of Columbia....

163. Places purchased

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CHAPTER XXXI.

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INTERNATIONAL AGREEMENTS Wuch Do Not REQUIRE THE APPROVAL

OF TIIE SEVATE.
SECTION 198. International agreements not requiring approval by Senate.

199. International powers of the President as Chief Executive:

International correspondence
200. Protocols .
201. Modi Vivendi
202. International agreements entered into by the President

under his military powers...

203. International agreements entered into, or action taken

by the President, by virtue of authority granted him by

congressional statute ...

204. International agreements entered into, or action taken, by

the President by virtue of authority granted him by

congressional statute

205. Extradition.

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SECTION 213. Judicial dicta that reserved rights of the States may not

be infringed

214. Instances in which treaties have been upheld though in.

fringing the reserved rights of the States..

215. The true doctrine

216. Constitutional limits to the treaty-making power..

217. Legislative powers ancillary to treaty-making powers....

218. The treaty-making power may not “ incorporate " foreign

territory into the United States....

219. The treaty-making power may alienate territory of the

United States or of a State or of States.

220. The violation of treaties..

221. Treaties remain internationally binding upon the United

States even when Congress has refused the logislation
necessary. to put them into full force and effect, or
when it has abrogated them by subsequent legislation,
or when the Supreme Court has declared them uncon.

stitutional ..

222. The date at which treaties go into effect..

223. The denunciation of treaties.

224. The construction of treaties...

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CHAPTER XXXVI.

THE AMENDMENT OF THE FEDERAL CONSTITUTION.
SECTION 223. The amending clause

226. Presidential approval not required.
227. Scope of the amending clause.

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CHAPTER XXXVII.

CONGRESS: ITS ORGANIZATION: PRIVILEGES OF MEMBERS.

SECTION 228. The name

229. Qualifications for senators and representatives.

230. Qualifications determined by Congress.....

231. Disqualification of congressmen to hold federal offices....
232. Ineligibility of congressmen to offices, the emoluments of

which have been increased.....

233. Privileges of members of Congress.

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ELECTION OF MEMBERS OF CONGRESS.

SECTION 234. Members of the House of Representatives: their appor.

tionment among States
235. The mode of apportionment.
236. Congressional districts
237. Members of the House of Representatives: by whom

elected ..

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