State sovereignty and the doctrine of coercion

by Porter, Wm. D.

Publisher: Evans & Cogswell"s in Charleston, S.C

Written in English
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  • Campaign literature -- Southern States.,
  • Secession.

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Statementby Wm. D. Porter; together with a letter from J.K. Paulding, the right to secede, by "States".
Series1860 association -- Tract, no.2, Library of American civilization -- LAC 40059.
ContributionsPaulding, James Kirke, 1778-1860, States.
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination36 p.
Number of Pages36
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17148175M

Sovereignty means that each State is free to determine its own destiny and its relations threat or use of force or other forms of coercion. Mere criticism or asking a foreign State to respect 10 These ideas have been spelled out by the present writer in his book on Rescuing Nationals Abroad TroughFile Size: KB.   8. Evolution of Sovereignty: Positivism vs. Natural Law. The evolution of sovereignty in the late nineteenth century appeared to confirm its strength and importance in understanding the internal governance of the state and the role of the sovereign in international affairs.   The Doctrine of State Rights Both the coercion of a State and the use of the term "national government" were emphatically condemned by the framers of the Constitution. seeking the protection of State sovereignty from the real or supposed aggression of a usurping majority. Considers the problems of sovereignty through the work of Rousseau, Arendt, Foucault, Agamben, and Derrida. Following up on the fables and stories surrounding political sovereignty—once theological, now often nationalist—Peter Gratton’s The State of Sovereignty takes aim at the central concepts surrounding the post-9/11 political environment.. Against those content to conceptualize what.

The concept of sovereignty, once relatively uncontested, has recently become a major bone of contention within international law and international relations theory. Rather than presupposing that the concept of sovereignty has a timeless or universal meaning, more recent scholarship has focused on the changing meanings of this concept across a. Federalism-Based Limitations on Congressional Power: An Overview The U.S. Constitution establishes a system of dual sovereignty between the states and the federal government, with each state having its own government, endowed with all the functions essential to separate and independent existence. Although the Supremacy Clause of the ConstitutionFile Size: 1MB. national sovereignty is discussed, the first definition applies, and it refers in particular to independence, understood as the freedom of a collective entity to act. When popular sovereignty is discussed, the second definition applies, and sovereignty is associated with power and legitimacy. by: 9. THE DOCTRINE OF SOVEREIGNTY UNDER THE UNITED STATES CONSTITUTION. O NE of the doctrines of the United States Constitution is the doctrine of sovereignty. This became a part of the original constitution at the time of its adoption in , or in the first period of our constitutional history, but its scope and.

Sovereignty and Democracy. by Marc F. Plattner. the peculiarly modern doctrine of sovereignty first developed by Bodin and Hobbes, however it may differ in other ways from the classical understanding, agrees with the Aristotelian view that the political order is the highest association or the supreme community — at least in the sense of.   20 Kinds of Sovereignty External sovereignty External sovereignty concerns the relationship between a sovereign power and other states. The term external sovereignty is employed by some writers to mean nothing more than the freedom of the state from subjugation to or control by a foreign state. That is supremacy of the state as against all.

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Excerpt from State Sovereignty and the Doctrine of Coercion: Together With a Letter From Hon. Paulding, Former Sec; Of Navy; The Right to Secede The recent speech of Mr. Douglas at Norfolk, in which he threatened the Southern States with military coercion in the event of secession, ought to startle and arouse the people of those States Author: Wm; D.

Porter. State sovereignty and the doctrine of coercion by Porter The Institute of Museum and Library Services through an Indiana State Library LSTA Grant Contributor Lincoln Financial Foundation Collection At foot of title: State sovereignty and the doctrine of coercion book and send to your Neighbor." Also published anonymously under title: Mr.

Douglas and the doctrine of coercion Sabin. State sovereignty and the doctrine of coercion. [Charleston, S.C., Evans & Cogswell's steam-power presses, ] (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Wm D Porter; James Kirke Paulding; States, (Writer); YA Pamphlet Collection (Library of Congress).

State Sovereignty And The Doctrine Of Coercion; The Right To Secede () [William D. Porter, J. Paulding] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. This scarce antiquarian book is a facsimile reprint of the original. Due to its age, it may contain imperfections such as marks.

STATE SOVEREIGNTY AND THE DOCTRINE OF COERCION, V BY THE HON. PORTER; TOGETHER WITH A LETTER FROM HON. PAULDING. FORMER SEC. OF NAVY. THE RIGHT TO SECEDE, BY S T A. Eead and send TE to S. your Neighbor. ^'^ET Digitized by the Internet Archive in The Institute of Museum and with funding from Library Services through an Indiana.

Download eBook > State Sovereignty and the Doctrine of Coercion: Together with a Letter from Hon. Paulding, Former SEC; Of Navy; The Right to Secede (Classic Reprint) 3NBAUC2PMFQK Created Date: Z. Sovereignty is the full right and power of a governing body over itself, without any interference from outside sources or bodies.

In political theory, sovereignty is a substantive term designating supreme legitimate authority over some polity. In international law, sovereignty is the exercise of power by a state. De jure sovereignty refers to the legal right to do so; de facto sovereignty.

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(William Dennison): : Kindle StoreAuthor: Porter, Wm. (William Dennison). THE EVOLUTION OF STATE SOVEREIGNTY: A HISTORICAL OVERVIEW * MP Ferreira-Snyman** 1 Introduction 1 1 Defining sovereignty The idea of absolute sovereignty is in many respects an outdated concept in modern international law and there are various factors contributing to its erosion.

As a result of especially globalization, there is a growing trend of. SOVEREIGNTY, DOCTRINE OFSOVEREIGNTY, DOCTRINE OF, has given rise to much spirited debate among lawyers and political theorists.

It plays a central role in American law and government and has increasingly become a fundamental issue in international law and relations as well.

Source for information on Sovereignty, Doctrine of: Dictionary of American History dictionary. In these polarized times, it came as a surprise to me that the authors of three of the most interesting books on international relations of the past year agree on at least one thing.

Each argues that the global order is entering a crisis that calls into question the concept of state sovereignty, a foundational principle of the international system as it has existed for nearly four centuries.

Only state power can authoritatively influence and, when necessary, exercise coercion on all aspects of life in human society; state power is in effect universal and sovereign in nature. A state’s domestic sovereignty is closely linked with its independence from foreign powers.

The State Sovereignty and Sovereign rights: The Correlation Problem. In the traditional legal doctrine sovereignty is the category which expresses the content and scope of competences of the.

32 The human rights agenda and its universality have helped bring state sovereignty and international law into greater conflict. The difficulty posed by an appeal to human rights is best examined. Foley, a partner in Schwabe, Williamson, Wyatt, Moore & Roberts, practices law in Portland, Oregon.

Perspective. The concept of sovereignty—the monopoly of coercive power wielded by the state—lies at the root of almost all statist dreams and schemes. Westphalian sovereignty, or state sovereignty, is a principle in international law that each state has exclusive sovereignty over its territory.

The principle underlies the modern international system of sovereign states and is enshrined in the United Nations Charter, which states that "nothing should authorise intervention in matters essentially within the domestic jurisdiction of any state.".

Sovereignty. The supreme, absolute, and uncontrollable power by which an independent state is governed and from which all specific political powers are derived; the intentional independence of a state, combined with the right and power of regulating its internal affairs without foreign interference.

Sovereignty is the power of a state to do everything necessary to govern itself, such as. The Concept of Coercion in International Law Vik Kanwar prominently in its doctrine of sources.

The attribution of volition to states is a formal Theorists from Grotius to Weber identified state sovereignty with the monopoly of factual and legitimate coercive power, not only the possession of it, but also the ability to protect Author: Vivek Kanwar. No sovereignty of any modern state can claim undivided obligation from all sections of the body politic irrespective of religious and caste foundations.

Look at the doctrine of post-modernism. It poses a challenge to most of the aspects of political theory. It is not. doctrine of sovereignty, turning it into a complex set of different views, interpretations and approaches to the concept of “sovereignty”, by greatly changing the original “Bodinian” structure of the idea of state sovereignty.

The very constant changes happening in socio-political life of File Size: KB. State sovereignty is the concept that states are in complete and exclusive control of all the people and property within their territory. State sovereignty also includes the idea that all states are equal as states.

In other words, despite their different land masses, population sizes, or financial capabilities, all states, ranging from tiny. A state's legitimacy and sovereignty is sometimes thought to depend on its ability to use coercion effectively and to monopolize its use within its territory against competitors, both internal and external.

Kant's only prominent discussion of coercion occurs in his Doctrine of Right whose book Coercion sets the current standard and.

relocating it to this world takes two fundamental forms: individuals appropriating sovereignty and the state's claim to sovereignty. Rushdoony herein contrasts these two warring factions in trenchant terms: What we have are two anarchistic would-be sovereigns, modern man, and the modern state.

Two sovereigns, however, cannot coexist with any peace. The anti-commandeering and anti-coercion principles announced in New York v. United States and NFIB v. Sebelius have great potential importance, but the most prominent justification for them is seriously flawed.

This Article elaborates a more persuasive and largely neglected alternative, grounded in the deep structure of American federalism.

Putting sovereignty into focus could help to resolve some of the most intractable issues in personal jurisdiction. For example, sovereignty helps to explain why the Court focuses on the defendant's contacts with the forum state, an approach that has troubled many scholars.

It must become a critical theory of sovereignty and in doing so eliminate coercion from the law. The book opens with a historical reconstruction of the concept of sovereignty in Bodin, Hobbes, Rousseau, and Kant. under the condition of state sovereignty, it seems nearly absurd that a convicted criminal would want to convince his friends Brand: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, Inc.

Domestic sovereignty refers to the *formal organization of political authority within the state* and the ability of rulers to exercise control within it. Lastly, Interdependence sovereignty takes into account the way in which public authorities regulate the flow of people, information, capital and ideas across the borders of the state.

nate Sovereignty both as a word and as a concept" While the devolution of sovereignty to "the people" (at least in theory) undoubtedly contributed to the failure of that approach to sovereignty,3 it was also doomed by ignoring the integral role of external forces in constituting, defining, and shaping sovereignty, the state.

A brilliant essay, retracing the various conceptions of sovereignty and the State from the times of Bodin to the present, and examining critically the juristic conception of the State, with particular reference to the present German constitution.The Responsibility to Protect captures a simple and powerful idea.

The primary responsibility for protecting its own people from mass atrocity crimes lies with the state itself. State sovereignty.This book describes how to restore and defend the sovereignty that you were born with and which comes only from God as a divine right.

It: Describes the basics and theories underlying sovereignty. Describes how you gave up your sovereignty in filling out various usually government forms.