A Constitutional History Secession
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A Constitutional History Secession

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A timeless reference on the right of secession from Britainis Glorious Revolution to Canada's current situation. Born in Minnesota, John Remington Graham is a constitutional-law attorney who served as an advisor on secession to the amicus curiae for Quebec.
Hardcover, 464 pages
Published October 31st 2002 by Pelican Publishing Company
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Monica Perez
This book was fantastic. I had long wondered how the founders could have done such a sloppy job that the constitution is toothless after less than 200 years. This book explains it--they didn't screw up--it took Lincoln and a million dead americans to kill the constitution they thought they were fighting for.
Andrew
This book is nothing more than unsupported, shoddily researched, neo-secessionist garbage. Serious scholars need not even look at the cover of this book.
Martin Hogan
Couldn't finish it. It is pure propaganda for neo-secessionists. Bibliography is generated by author quoting himself and his other works (not serious fact finding); also quoting other books on Pelican Publishing. Looking into who Pelican is and it is easy to see it is a publisher of pro-old south/pro-slavery ideology cloaked as research.
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Having met the author, who served as the chief legal counsel on behalf of the (failed) Quebec secession bid of the mid-1990s, and who possesses an intricate knowledge of secessionism and its roots in European history, I simply had to read this book.
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