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Post  lasayiy on Tue Apr 19, 2011 11:35 am

If tne legislature

If tne legislature of each State adopts its own measures, many and very emi¬nent disadvantages must, in their opinion, necessarily result therefrom. They apprehend it will be difficult for thirteen different legislatures, act¬ing separately and distinctly, to agree in the same interpretation of a treaty, to take the same measures for carrying it into effect, and to con¬duct their several operations upon such principles as to satisfy those powers, and at the same time preserve the harmony and interests of Tory Burch Flats the Union, or to concur in those measures which may be necessary to coun-teract the policy of those powers with whom they shall not be able to form commercial treaties, and who avoid it merely from an opinion of their imbecility and indecision. And if the several States levy different duties upon their particular produce exported to the ports of those powers, or upon the produce and manufactures of those powers imported into each State, either in vessels navigated by and belonging to the citi¬zens of these States or the subjects of those powers, it will, they appre¬hend, induce on their part similar discriminations in the duties upon the commercial intercourse with each State, and thereby defeat the object of those treaties, and promote the designs of those who wish to profit from their embarrassment. Unless the United States in Congress as-sembled are authorized to make those arrangements which become ne- Q cessary under their treaties, and are enabled to carry them into effect, they cannot complain of a violation of them on the part of other powers. And unless they act in concert in the system of policy which may be necessary to frustrate the designs of those powers who lay injurious re¬straints on their trade, they must necessarily become the victims of their own indiscretion. The common principle upon which a friendly commercial intercourse is conducted between independent nations, is that of reciprocal advantages; and if this is not obtained, it becomes the duty of the losing party to make such Tory Burch Outlet farther regulations, consistently with the faith of treaties, as will remedy the evil, and secure its interests. If, then, the commercial regulations of any foreign power contravene the interests of any particu¬lar Tory Burch Shoes State—if they refuse admittance to its produce into its ports upon the same terms that the State admits its manufactures here,—what course will it take to remedy the evil ?

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Post  kun21 on Thu Jun 30, 2011 11:51 am

good idea,hope you can write more article


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