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And with the exception of the Tenth Amendment, these rights are again, usually, portrayed as individual rights. What holds the first nine and the Tenth together in a coherent fashion is that they are limits on the reach of the federal government.
In this regard, it is important to state here at the beginning that we are not going to cover the subsequent amendments that emerged in the 19th and 20th centuries, nor how the Supreme Court, through the doctrine of incorporation, extended the original Bill of Rights to state and local governments in the 20th century.
Connecticut and Rhode Island decided to retain their colonial charters, but the other 11 explicitly reaffirmed the American covenanting tradition and created republican governments dedicated to securing both traditional common law rights and newly articulated natural rights.
Rights that were secure for generations under an empire of monarchy were now deemed to be secure only with the adoption of a republican form of government. The constitutions of the 11 states relied, for the most part, on bicameralism, separation of powers with legislative dominance, a weak executive, an independent judiciary, representatives elected by a democratic suffrage, for short duration, subject to recall and rotation, and limited to the exercise of delegated powers.
We, today, are used to seeing a Bill of Rights attached at the end of the United States Constitution in the form of 10 amendments. But that is an accident of politics rather than a matter of principle. In each of the seven states, the constitutions were preceded by a bill of rights.
Declarations were preambles to the state constitutions outlining the purposes of republican government. In Virginia and Delaware, the bill of rights was actually written chronologically as well as conceptually prior to the constitution. There is a remarkable uniformity among the seven states with regard to the kinds of civil and criminal rights that were to be secured.
Most of the civil rights and criminal procedures listed were an accepted part of the Americanization of the rights of Englishmen. Delaware and the ex post facto clause, Maryland and the bill of attainder clause, North Carolina and the grand jury indictment clause, and New Hampshire and the double jeopardy clause.
But such rights were very much part of an American covenanting tradition that incorporated an appeal to both natural right and divine support. Accordingly, there was also little variation from state to state concerning the inclusion of these foundational rights.
Interestingly, Americans were engaged in a conscious effort to synthesize the natural rights doctrine of Locke, the teachings of scripture, the skepticism of Hume, and the common law approach of Blackstone.
Englishmen also lacked the right to the non-establishment of religion. Not surprisingly, disparity among the states occurs when the issue turns to the establishment of religion. Again, Virginia, Pennsylvania, and Massachusetts capture the range of possibilities.
This association between religious education and republican institutions was central to the following question: Should a state name a particular sect as the officially established church?
Only Virginia followed this traditional English model until the Anglican Church was disestablished in And Delaware, following the example of Pennsylvania, not only excluded the possibility of a legislatively-approved discretionary tax to support religion, but also went further and omitted any reference to the beneficial association between the existence of religious sects and the future of republican institutions.
The Federalist downplays the extent to which the original 13 states adopted a bill of rights. Hamilton, however, has exaggerated the minority status of a bill of rights in the newly formed states.
Strictly speaking, Rhode Island and Connecticut should not be counted in the tabulation because they made no fundamental change to their colonial charters. This is actually a majority of the states!
But Hamilton omitted Virginia from his list of states with a bill of rights!
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Yet it was widely known that the Virginia Declaration of Rights, drafted by Mason, was the model for the other states. Civil rights and criminal procedure are addressed in four of the thirty-nine articles in the New Jersey Constitution.
Twenty-one of the sixty-three articles of the Georgia Constitution directly concern individual rights. Four of the forty-five articles of the South Carolina Constitution address the issue of civil rights and criminal procedures and are grouped together in the main body of the document.
Nevertheless, the entire Declaration of Independence is incorporated into the Preamble that precedes the constitution. Furthermore, seven of the forty-two articles of the New York Constitution deal specifically with civil rights and criminal procedures. The Second Continental Congress also created the first continental wide system of governance.
The Articles of Confederation guaranteed a preeminent position to the states and there is no mention of a bill of rights. But there was no need for one because the Articles did not create a government over individuals; instead it created a nation of states.
What are the twists and turns involved in this very American story as distinct from the sweeping story of a rights tradition that reaches back into remote antiquity?Art history is the study of objects of art in their historical development and stylistic contexts; in the English-speaking world, and the influence of Panofsky's methodology, in particular, determined the course of American art history for a generation.
Freud and psychoanalysis an introduction. New York, NY: IconEditions. Frazier, N. A brief introduction to art history We understand the history of humanity through art. From prehistoric depictions of bison to contemporary abstraction, artists have addressed their time and place in history and expressed universal truths for tens of thousands of years.
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