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And Chapter 6, “Constitutional Conflict and the American Revolution.”And Chapter 6, “Constitutional Conflict and the American Revolution.”
Blackstone, and both were familiar with older writers on international law (Grotius, Pufendorf and Vattel). The Framers knew works by mercantilist writers and by a number of economists, particularly Adam Smith, but also another Scot, James
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Americans dead. The British moved on to Concord and destroyed the provisions stored there. On their way back to Boston, however, British troops encountered withering fire from irregulars along their line of march
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