Past Future Power Belongs to the Reserved Power Clause
About the Book
At the time that the Constitution was adopted, the 10th Amendment was intended to confirm the understanding of the States Governments Republics’ people. 10th Amendment expressly declares the constitutional policy of the Federal Government Republic. In the transformation from colonies to states and a colonial Federal government to a United States Federal government resulted in the wording of the 10th Amendment. The 10th Amendment states the powers not (delegated power clause) delegated to the United States by the constitution, nor prohibited by it to the states, are (reserved power clause) reserved to the states respectively, or to the people. “All any past or unknown future power” belongs to the States government or the people within. The “reserved power clause” implies “all any past or unknown future power”
About the Author
Daniel H Marchi resides in Charleston, W. Va., where he continues to practice mathematics and indulge his love of politics. As a mathematician, wrote many scientific programs. He became very interested in politics. He published the following books: “17th Amendment…Rescind!!!”, “10th Amendment Secures a Republic Form of Government!!!” and “This Book Places an Indictment on the Federal Government and 16th Amendment!!!.” In these books, mathematical logic is applied to demonstrate proofs.