CIVIS, AN ADDRESS TO THE FREEMEN OF SOUTH CAROLINA, ON THE SUBJECT OF THE FOEDERAL
CONSTITUTION, PROPOSED BY THE CONVENTION, WHICH MET IN PHILADELPHIA (1787), reprinted in 16 DOCUMENTARY HISTORY, infra note 344, at 21, 23.
First, That each State in the Union shall respectively retain every power, jurisdiction and right which is not by this Constitution delegated to the Congress of the United States or to the departments of the Foederal
Recalling the importance he gave to the links between Reformed Protestant foederal
(covenant) theology and federalism, she shows how these ideas and institutions influence democracy in the US, and explores the broader implications of such principles and practices.
19) "[T]he business of the foederal
constitution was not local, but general," Wilson said before Independence Hall, such that the Convention saw no need to specify when a jury trial would be required in noncriminal cases.
state a mass of influence in favour of the Foederal