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 Ratification of the Constitution Indexes | Index to Volumes 4–7: Ratification of the Constitution by the States: Massachusetts | T |  Treaties

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– proposed amendment to Articles of Confederation concerning [1 reference]

– proposed amendment prohibiting Congress entering into that take land from a state [1 reference]

– Americans able to enter before passage of Articles of Confederation [1 reference]

– potential abuse of under Articles of Confederation [1 reference]

– are void unless approved by Congress [1 reference]

– Confederation Congress authorized to enter into [2 references]

– Confederation Congress can prohibit states from entering into [2 references]

– Confederation Congress cannot alienate part of state without its consent [1 reference]

– Confederation Congress cannot enforce [2 references]

– Congress needs power to enter into [2 references]

– Constitution will aid U.S. in entering into [1 reference]

– criticism of call for states to enter into treaty of amity and commerce [1 reference]

– criticism of federal judiciary’s jurisdiction of [1 reference]

– criticism of power to make [1 reference]

– danger of use of American armies in support of foreign power through treaties [2 references]

– debated in Mass. Convention [1 reference]

– defense of provision for making and ratifying [2 references]

– federal government must be able to enforce [1 reference]

– must be approved by House of Representatives [1 reference]

– danger militia might be placed under control of another power because of commitment of [1 reference]

– information about negotiations of should be secret [1 reference]

– need for money would prevent troops from being sent around world [1 reference]

– The Netherlands entered into despite being a confederate republic [1 reference]

– nine states should be sufficient under Articles of Confederation [1 reference]

– objection to President and two-thirds of Senate making [13 references]

– only two-thirds of those present needed [1 reference]

– praise of limitations put on states to enter into by Constitution [1 reference]

– Senate power over [3 references]

– Senate role in requires longer term of office [2 references]

– states limited to join under proposed Antifederalist substitute plan [1 reference]

– states under Articles of Confederation should enter into tying themselves together [1 reference]

– danger that states may violate [2 references]

– support for longer terms for President and Senate to negotiate [1 reference]

– as supreme law of the land [12 references]

– text of proposed amendment to Articles of Confederation giving no preferences in to be given to ports of one state [1 reference]

– those in effect will be affected by Constitution [1 reference]

– Union necessary for U.S. to enter into [1 reference]

– U.S. has entered into with European powers [2 references]

– will be more enforcible under Constitution [1 reference]

See Also

See also Foreign affairs

See also Governments, ancient and modern

See also Great Britain

See also Indians

See also Law of nations

See also President, U.S.

See also Senate, U.S.

See also Supremacy clause