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Q: What theory presents a view of the nation and the Constitution that is closest to the doctrine of nullification?
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What are the four methods that justices might use to interpret the constitution and what are the advantages and disadvantages of each method?

1. The plain meaning of the words in the Constitution Adv. The court can base its decisions closest to how the Framers meant the Constitution to be interpreted. Dis. Not all questions are answered in the Constitution and there were disagreements on some meanings of words. 2. The intention of the framers Adv. It is most faithful to the ideas of the Constitution. Dis. It was really hard to determine what the Framers meant on some issues. There are no guidelines for the types of situations that did not exist when the Constitution was written. 3. The Constitution is based on some fundamental principles of government Adv. Uses the basic ideas of our government on basic principles and values. 4. Today's social values and needs Adv. They use more modern approaches that fit to our current culture. Dis. People opposed to methods 3 and 4 say that it gives the justices too much freedom to decide cases according to their own political and personal beliefs.

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What is the nullification theory?

To nullify means to render ineffective. If you nullify a contract. a warranty, or even a marriage, the effect is as if the thing had never happened. In law ( which is sometimes redundant ) things are sometimes said to be "null and void" - that is, "nothing and nothing." Another example of legal redundancy is the term "cease and desist" which literally means: "stop and stop." ... goes back to the olden days, when lawyers were paid by the word, I guess.

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I think BOB EWELL TIRE - Cooper Tire is the closest 703 Constitution Ave, PORTSMOUTH, VA - (757) 399-6471

Was the ss constitution a sister ship of the ss US?

No, SS Constitution was sister ship of SS Independence. The closest ship to a sister ship of the SS United States was SS America, both designed by the same individual and in the same shipyard. All but the SS United States have passed on.

Is closest a noun?

No, closest is an adjective (close, closer, closest), a word that describes a noun. Some examples are the closest church, my closest relative, her closest friend.

What other countries have adapted the rights and privileges guaranteed by the Bill of Rights and the US Constitution?

While no country has the exact same as the USA the ones that have the closest are almost every NATO country and japan.

How was the Monroe Doctrine used in the past by presidents other than Monroe?

Theodore Roosevelt (known for the similar Roosevelt Corollary) used the Monroe Doctrine to discourage European nations from interfering in the affairs of North and South America. In the Venezuela Boundary dispute, Roosevelt threatened war against Britain if they continued to encroach on Venezuelan land. President Kennedy used the Monroe Doctrine as justification during the Bay of Pigs(1962). Russian missiles had been stationed on Cuba and were aimed at the United States. It is the closest the U.S. has ever come to a nuclear war.

Who was knows as the Father of the constitution?

Thomas Jefferson and John Adams were in France until 1789 and 1788 respectively during the creation of the U.S. Constitution (1787). James Madison is "known" as the Father of the Constitution because his input was closest to the resulting components. Plus because kept the best notes, he gave it voice after 1826. The proceedings were kept secret per the Rules Committee and only released after Madison died.

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I get the feeling of happiness. You know you have the power to get something and think of an excuse for buying it. You feel happy because you go shopping for your closest friends and family. You feel happy because you get darn good presents for a good deal. But you have to understand that Christmas is not just all for the gifts.