Wikia

GuttenPlag Wiki

Fragment 242 119-124

4.222Seiten in
diesem Wiki
Kommentare0
Untersuchte Arbeit:
Seite(n): 242, Zeilen: 119-124
Original:
Seite(n): 908, Zeilen: 111-117

Im Wortlaut befand J. Madison, als in New York die Ratifizierung der Verfassung unter der Bedingung einer Berücksichtigung gewisser Amendments diskutiert wurde: „The Constitution requires an adoption in toto and for ever. It has been so adopted by the other States. An adoption for a limited time would be as defective as an adoption of some of the articles only. In short any condition whatever must viciate the ratification“, zitiert nach: H. Syrett (Hrsg.), The Papers of Alexander Hamilton, Bd. 5, 1962, S. 184.

[57] During the debate in New York on ratification of the Constitution, it was suggested that the State approve the document on condition that certain amendments the delegates thought necessary be adopted. Madison wrote: ‘‘The Constitution requires an adoption in toto and for ever. It has been so adopted by the other States. An adoption for a limited time would be as defective as an adoption of some of the articles only. In short any condition whatever must viciate the ratification.’’ 5 THE PAPERS OF ALEXANDER HAMILTON, H. Syrett ed. (New York: 1962), 184.

Kategorie
ÜbersetzungsPlagiat
Im Literaturverzeichnis referenziert
nein
Übernommen aus
CRS Annotated Constitution 1992
Link
CRS Annotated Constitution 1992
Anmerkung

Fragmentsichter: Nerd_wp (Sichtungsergebnis: Gut)

Aus dem Wikia-Netzwerk

Zufälliges Wiki