Chisholm v. Georgia (1793) | An Introduction to Constitutional Law

An Introduction To Constitutional Law 100 Supreme Court Cases Everyone Should Know By Randy Barnett and Josh Blackman #1: Chisholm v. Georgia (1793) Referring to the first three words of the Constitution. He explained that quote our national scene opens with the most magnificent object which the nation could present. The people of the United States are the first personages introduced. Finally, Wilson turns to the text of Article 3 Section 2. By ratifying this provision Wilson says the people of Georgia had consented to the jurisdiction of the Supreme Court when the state of Georgia was sued by a citizen of another state ”As to the purposes of the Union therefore Georgia is not a sovereign state.” We hope you’ve enjoyed this preview visit to access our 12 hour video library. You can also instantly download our ebook 100 Supreme Court Cases Everyone Should Know.

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