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Seite 116 - States' obligations under the international agreements made with those countries. The obvious and decisive answer to this, of course, is that no agreement with a foreign nation can confer power on the Congress, or on any other branch of Government, which is free from the restraints of the Constitution.
Seite 144 - If we shadows have offended. Think but this, and all is mended, That you have but slumber'd here, While these visions did appear. And this weak and idle theme, No more yielding but a dream, Gentles, do not reprehend: If you pardon, we will mend.
Seite 63 - No intelligent lawyer would at this day pretend that the decisions of the Courts do not add to and alter the law. The Courts themselves, in the course of the reasons given for those decisions, constantly and freely use language admitting that they do. Certainly they do not claim legislative power; nor, with all respect for Maine, do they exercise it. For a legislator is not bound to conform to the known existing rules or principles of law ; statutes may not only amend but reverse the rule, or they...
Seite 2 - The Subversive Scribe. Translating Latin American Fiction, Saint Paul, Minnesota, Graywolf Press, 1991.
Seite 68 - To believe is very dull, to doubt is intensely engrossing. To be On the alert is to live, to be lulled into security is to die.
Seite 71 - ... Corruption, Crime, Law & Social Change, (Winter 1996); Market Reforms and Corruption in South America, Review of International Political Economy 4, n° 3 (Winter) 1996; The Politics of Privatization and Deregulation in Latin America, Quarterly Review of Economics and Finance, vol. 34 (Summer 1994); Institutional Decay and Distributional Coalitions in Developing Countries: The Argentine Riddle Reconsidered...
Seite 30 - The American aborigines live in idleness, and show themselves incapable, even under compulsion, of hard and protracted labor. This suggested the idea of introducing negroes into America, which has produced such fatal results. But the Spanish race has not shown itself more energetic than the aborigines, when it has been left to its own instincts in the wilds of America.
Seite 38 - When the President Governs Alone: The decretazo in Argentina, 1989-93, in: CAREY, JOHN M.
Seite 30 - ... Sarmiento's racially founded causation created an 'unfortunate result': owing to the incorporation of native tribes, effected by the process of colonisation. The American aborigines live in idleness, and show themselves incapable, even under compulsion, of hard and protracted labor. This suggested the idea of introducing negroes into America, which has produced such fatal results. Neither had 'the Spanish race' shown itself more energetic than the aborigines, when it has been left to itself in...
Seite 29 - Sauvage, a prolegomena to all future anthropology? Or is he, like some uprooted neolithic intelligence cast away on a reservation, shuffling the debris of old traditions in a vain attempt to revivify a primitive faith whose moral beauty is still apparent but from which both relevance and credibility have long since departed?