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I'm not sure I'm convinced. It seems to me that the federal government's jurisdiction over rules of naturalization would logically imply some authority over immigration. Given the "freedom of movement" that residents of the United States enjoy--freedom to move between states--wouldn't a state's allowing, say, Mexican immigrants to enter en masse pose problems for other states who didn't want them?
1 year, 11 months ago on Nullification and Amnesty – Tenth Amendment Center
Rob, I'm a bit new to this issue. Tell me, if only nine or ten states had ratified the constitution, would it have been imposed in some way on the others? Or would have had a divided American people, some in the United States and some not?
2 years ago on Why the Framers Could Suggest Ratification by Only Nine States – Tenth Amendment Center