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At the conclusion of H ' s remarks , a motion made earlier by William Malcom that
the words " both in matters ecclesiastical as well as civil ” be deleted from the
clause was put to a vote and carried by a large majority . New York Assembly .
this does not obviate the impropriety of an equal vote between States of the most
unequal dimensions and populousness ; nor is the inference accurate in point of
fact ; for we can enumerate nine States which contain less than a majority of the ...
For another reason the votes allowed in the Federal Legislature to the people of
each State , ought to bear some ... If the law allows an opulent citizen but a single
vote in the choice of his representative , the respect and consequence which he ...
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Although there are some interesting papers in here, and they are all of historical interest if you'd like to gain a thorough understanding of Hamilton, the majority of the letters consist of ... Leer comentario completo